Goal 15: Life on Land
Real people, real partnerships
The Plan Vivo-certified 'Trees of Hope' project aims to improve the livelihoods of rural farmers in the Dowa and Neno districts of Malawi.
The community-led implementation of tree-based land use systems reduce vulnerability to climate change and threats to local ecosystems.
Rural and forest-dependent communities are on the frontline of climate change, yet they are often the stewards of the planet's most productive ecosystems.
Just one of the thousands of people-to-people partnerships between Scotland and Malawi, working across all 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
Read more about Goal 15 by visiting the Global Goals website.
How to support Goal 15 - Life on Land
The UN is asking that every country and every community helps raise awareness of the new Global Goals, and we at The Scotland Malawi Partnership are keen to step up to this challenge, but we can't do it alone - we need your help!
- Download Goal 15 and take a picture of you/friends/work/pet with the sign.
- Ask your partner/friends in Malawi to take a picture with the same Goal sign.
- Tweet us @ScotlandMalawi with your picture using #Goal15 or email us your picture and we'll tweet for you!
- Write to your local MP to tell them about your Malawi link and ask for their support to help achieve Goal 15.
Members involved with Goal 15 - Life on Land
Here's a selection of Scotland-Malawi Partnership members who are actively working on projects related to this goal.
Iain H Woodhouse
Global Concerns Trust
Dr Charles Howie
Muir Primary School
Youth (under 25 years old)
Inglis Veterinary Centres Ltd