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CAPTURING NUTRIENT RICH WATER FROM THE THATCHED ROOFS

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TOGETHER FOR THE PROTECTION OF OUR CATCHMENT

TOGETHER%20FOR%20THE%20PROTECTION%20OF%20OUR%20CATCHMENT.JPG“Our water catchment is drying up and we decided today to step out and plant more water friendly trees to ensure that that we protect this area. The cDrying of this catchment is something we have not experienced in the past and this is the…See More
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TOGETHER FOR THE PROTECTION OF OUR CATCHMENT

TOGETHER%20FOR%20THE%20PROTECTION%20OF%20OUR%20CATCHMENT.JPG“Our water catchment is drying up and we decided today to step out and plant more water friendly trees to ensure that that we protect this area. The cDrying of this catchment is something we have not experienced in the past and this is the…See More
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http://aggem.jimdo.com/
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Founder/Coordinator
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Action Group on Governance and Environmental Management (AGGEM)
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Agriculture, Culture, Democracy, Development, Education, Environment, Governance, Poverty
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TOGETHER FOR THE PROTECTION OF OUR CATCHMENT

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