Tree Saplings


Home among the 'gum' trees?

More than 630,000 people live in the world’s largest refugee camp at Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh.

This is the temporary ‘home’ for Rohingya people forced to flee Myanmar.

Through ALWS, your Gift of Grace supports refugees to plant tree saplings. The trees will provide shade in summer, and stop erosion when it is wet.

You supply 5 saplings, like these below in Nepal, and help people hold onto hope until they can go back to their real home.

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