School-going children are never too young to start learning about trees and forests. This enables pupils and students to love and connect with nature and fosters future generations that are conscious of the benefits of trees and forests and the need to manage them sustainably.

Under the Environmental Conservation Education program, PLANE encourages and supports young generations to love forests and to take care of trees around them to improve the environment for posterity.

Environmental Conservation Cducation is crucial to prevent environmental degradation and sensitize society towards a more sustainable lifestyle.

We believe that investing in children’s forestry education can change the world for the better and we ensure that local communities work to reduce deforestation and restore degraded landscapes.

PLANE is committed to working closely with schools to train teachers and students on forest plantation establishment and maintenance, especially tree planting for fuelwood, agroforestry, planting of fruit trees like mangoes, guavas, oranges, jack fruits,  apples, pawpaws, avocados among others to provide nutrients to children and also conserve the environment.

The Environmental Conservation Education Programme is reaching out to children and young people to encourage them to care for their environment. More than 50% of Uganda’s population is below 15 years of age, so PLANE activities are intentionally implemented in primary and secondary schools, communities, and churches as a way of targeting the youth to encourage environmental learning through participation. We aim at raising awareness about using nature to increase production and conserve the environment.


Planting Campaign:

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We encouraged youth to grow their own vegetables and planet new trees. This promotes healthy eating as well as protecting the environment.  


Keep Fort Portal Garbage Free Campaign:

Keep Fort Portal Garbage Free Campaign aims at empowering, engaging and educating Ugandan children and the town dwellers on the issues of reducing cabbage in the city.
We sensitize the people and encourage them to make positive choices and not engage in different business activities that litter the town.

Get Involved:

Volunteering opportunities:

PLANE would like to invite Ugandan youth and adults who share our vision and commitments to come and volunteer with us. We’re also encouraging international volunteers to contact us and share with them the current available volunteer opportunities. We’re seeking for local and international corporate partnerships in mitigating the effects of climate change.

Ways to support:

  • Donate to PLANE:
    • $0.5 Buys a native tree seedlings to reduce soil erosion.
    • $2 purchases a fruit tree for schools
    • $200 enables training on environment conservation in 5 schools
    • $400 will enable the purchase and distribution of tree seedlings 5 schools
    • $500 will enable 30 farmers to receive training on better methods.
    • $200 will enable 20 people to receive training in briquette making.
    • $400 enables 50 homes to receive tree seedlings
    • $200 willenable 10 people to receive training on energy-saving stoves..
    • $5000 will enable us to acquire a piece of land for a nursery bed
    • $300 will support a drama community outreach performance
  • Encourage friends and members of the community to become Ambassadors/volunteers of PLANE.
  • Recruit your family, group or church to support PLANE.
  • Environment Ambassadors needed

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