Uganda Unveils 375,000 Hectare Bamboo Restoration Plan

Government has outlined a 10-year plan where over U.S.$44 million is needed for the regeneration of 375,000 hectares of both plantation and natural bamboo forests. Bamboo trees are the fastest growing plants and are widely known for its multiple and diverse economic and climate change mitigation potential.

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