The work of cutting down roast trees is due to the difficulties faced by the people of the village. Once a roast tree is cut down, it doesn’t grow back, even though the fruits of these trees help to fight hunger in the country. If you cut it down when you are in trouble, you will have to go and look for it elsewhere to find food.
So in order to replace the cut roast trees, we plant the bark of the roast tree. The growth can take years, about 100 years, which is very slow for a human being to survive.
To combat the cutting of the roast tree, we do small-scale work. We are reforesting very long trees called “match trees”, which grow very fast. They can be cut down and used for roofing houses and building electricity poles.