Planting 100,000 fruit trees can have a transformative impact on rural communities, with a particular focus on empowering women by providing economic and health benefits, enhancing food security, and improving nutrition. By establishing a sustainable income source, fruit trees contribute to the betterment of local farmers and their families.
The consistent and stable income generated from fruit trees supports essential needs such as food, shelter, and education for the farmers’ families.
Farmers can also sell their produce in local markets or to the tourism industry, creating additional income opportunities.
Furthermore, planting fruit trees positively affects the health of the community. Fruits are rich in vital vitamins and minerals, essential for maintaining a balanced diet. With a reliable source of fruit, families can enhance their nutrition and overall well-being, leading to improved health outcomes.