How an African Village is Using Trees to Save Lives [Documentary]



Video Directed by Brent Gudgel & Chris Sinclair
Produced by Chronicle Project
Filmed by Chris Sinclair
Edited by Brent Gudgel
Voice Over artist: Iba Thiam
Script from interviews with Chief Jean Zamanjisy
Music by Kyle Robertson

Learn more or join Eden’s reforestation work at www.edenprojects.org/truevillage.

Antanamarina, Madagascar. Their village name means “True Village” in English. Eden Reforestation Projects (“Eden” for short) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is alleviating extreme poverty and restoring healthy forests in Haiti, Madagascar, and Nepal by employing local villagers to plant over a million trees each month. The lives of Eden’s employees are transformed by having a fair and dependable income to support themselves and their children. They are sending their children to school, able to afford good food and medical care, being freed from debt, labor and sex slavery, and are experiencing sustainable farming and fishing as their land, villages and local economies are restored to health.

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