Africa – Malawian Ecology in Daily Life

The Jesuit Centre of Ecology and Development (JCED) in Malawi focusses on practical interventions through Environment and Food Security (EFS) project in the rural district of Kasungu. The project seeks to build the capacity of the vulnerable smallholder farmers to produce sufficient food for their households while taking care of the environment. It promotes reforestation and the adoption of ceramic energy-efficient stoves in all its projects. JCED has distributed over 23,000 agroforestry tree seedlings to smallholder farmers and planted. And over 2,000 households are now enjoying the economic, health and environmental benefits of the low-carbon-emitting energy-efficient stoves, which were produced and distributed by JCED. Read more…