Education is the aspect of WLF that ensures continuity of programs. Education is provided on all levels of the value chain: reforestation, eco system services and sustainable business models.
See also WorldLife Schools project in Naivasha http://youtu.be/561s3NRgMLY
The children of the primary schools are educated in ecology, biology, physics, and all kinds of other subjects that teach these children to see the connection between their existence and nature (system thinking). The children will plant indigenous trees, vegetation and plants on the edges of indigenous nature. This will help these children to learn about and experience tangible results and magnificent change. The children on their part will teach their children how to live in harmony with nature. Restoring nature combining with awareness means a sustainable lifestyle for the current and future generations.
Proven methods to reverse erosion
Ecosystems have the capacity to regenerate themselves and recover from degradation.
However, most degradation occurs in areas with high population pressure. The challenge is to facilitate ecosystems to heal themselves, supported by behavior change. Over the past decades we have seen several successes in re-greening with farmers in West Africa. their recovery, the re-greening of barren landscapes in Africa. This has reflected in generate more and better quality crops. The farmers to keep cattle again and create a self sustainable improved quality of life. We are able to realize The Change!