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Recently, our project areas experienced a much-needed relief in the form of rain. After a prolonged and severe drought that persisted throughout 2022, the rainy season finally arrived. The first showers arrived at one of our newest bund plots in Rombo, Kenya. This plot contains 48,100 new earthsmiles, with the ultimate goal of regreening over 61 hectares of land, which is equivalent to over 85 soccer fields.
In our upcoming article, we will discuss the significance of shade in our project areas. Although it is often disregarded, shade plays a crucial role in reducing evaporation, thereby increasing water availability in the soil. It is important to note that vegetation is responsible for providing shade. The growth of vegetation, in turn, is reliant on the collection of rainwater, which trickles into the ground. Therefore, we highly value the rainy seasons as they are essential to our project's success.

  • Tabitha Kimani

    63 w

    @Justdiggit is doing amazing work in this side of Africa. Continue!

    • Sarah Chabane

      63 w

      Great news! Let's hope for some more 💦

      • Saustine Lusanzu

        63 w

        Water is life

        • Joseph Githinji

          63 w

          Happy for us to receive rain, hope we can do harvest and store water.

          • Gorffly mokua

            63 w

            Water is life💚

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