Go! Malawi has partnered with Project Noah to help build local and international awareness for the small, yet vital Ntchisi Rainforest. The water supply for over 5000 people comes from the mountain, and still the forest diminishes each year. Our programs work with the local primary school, the Ntchisi Forest Commission, and Project Noah to educate the local communities about caring for the forest. We have assisted in the building of a firebreak that will prevent yearly forest fires from reaching the rainforest. This is important as the water supply is protected by the canopy of the forest, but if the forest continues to diminish, then the water supply will become exposed and the risk of water born diseases will increase significantly. Project Noah allows us to bring the wildlife and plant life to the world, and our volunteers bring local students into the forest to photograph and learn more about the amazing life within the forest.
Go! Malawi Conservation Programs
Go! Malawi has partnered with Project Noah to help get more interest and exposure for the forest. Project Noah allows users to post pictures of plant life and wildlife to their site. This is a large community of people who love seeing the wonders of life all over the world, and we are happy to bring the […]
Go! Malawi is working with the community to protect the forest. There is a collaborative effort to expand the forest back down the mountain and ensure the natural springs from the mountain will provide sustainable, clean water. Erosion has been taking place and the precious water sources are being threatened by illegal loggers and harmful fires. A vital water source is currently […]
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