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Convertors & Projects

Fundación Comunitaria PUCA

- Honduras -

RUBUNDO ISLAND GWS

- Tanzania -

Fundación Comunitaria PUCA

- Honduras -

TANZANIA EEZ

- Tanzania -

SERENGETI GWS

- Tanzania -

BEFALE CEBIRAF

- Democratic Republic of Congo -

RUBUNDO ISLAND GWS

- Tanzania -

SERENGETI GWS

- Tanzania -

BEFALE CEBIRAF

- Democratic Republic of Congo -

TANZANIA EEZ

- Tanzania -

Our Convertors are the actual inhabitants & custodians of natural terrestrial and marine carbon sinks such as forests, wetlands, and marine areas.

They are keen to preserve, protect & enhance their natural treasures and improve their quality of life through programs they are developing and realizing themselves. The carbon sequestration and absorption of carbon from the atmosphere has been science-verified, based on satellite data and net primary productivity obtained through RESTOR and other members of the Global Science Network.

Science-Verified Carbon Sequestration capacity can be obtained directly through OXÏ-ZEN with 100% of the price transferred directly to the Convertors, providing a financial incentive to manage, protect & enhance their natural capital & wealth, and deploying these funds into their SDG linked projects.

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THE GOVERNMENT OF HONDURAS ANNOUNCED ON 24TH JUNE 2022 A NATIONAL MORATORIUM ON THE SALE OF ALL FOREST CARBON CREDITS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. WE ARE ABIDING BY THE MORATORIUM AND WE WILL KEEP YOU POSTED ACCORDINGLY.

Fundación Comunitaria PUCA

Honduras

We are a community-based non-profit organization that was born from the interest of citizens who promoted a campaign to raise awareness of the importance of protecting the Puca Wildlife Refuge, located between the municipalities of Lepaera, La Iguala, Gracias and Las Flores, all in the Department of Lempira in western Honduras. We coordinate actions with community organizations, municipalities, public and private institutions, national and international cooperation, in order to conserve and protect the Puca Wildlife Refuge through comprehensive participation and empowerment that promotes its governance. The territory served is centered in the Puca Wildlife Refuge, where accompaniment and capacity building is provided to 36 communities, 4 municipalities and 10 local micro-enterprises. Our vision is to be a solid and sustainable community-based organization that promotes human development in harmony with resource conservation in the Puca Wildlife Refuge and its area of influence.

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AVAILABLE GAYA

SDG Program Report

Lush rainforest in PUCA Wildlife Refuge

One of the many hummingbirds

Another hummingbird of many

Community preparing soil for tree nursery

Community school children getting ready for tree planting

Transporting seedlings to site

Reforestation in Barrio la Entrada

Reforestation in Barrio la Entrada

Children help in reforestation

Students from CEB Francisco Saltiel Perez

Students from CEB San Miguel, La Iguala Lempira

Walking to reforestation site

Preparing signs for water conservation in Gergese micro basin

Installing signs for water conservation

Technical Team of FC PUCA labeling actions

Technical Committee, PUCA Wildlife Refuge

SDG Report Summary

Initial GAYA Assessment

TANZANIA EEZ

Tanzania

Green World Solutions, an NGO headed by Prof. Ali Mtanda, is spearheading and galvanzing for the protection of critical carbon sinks in Tanzania and Zanzibar. By working directly with commnities and relevant government agencies, GWS has developed programs together with the various stakeholders and custodians of these carbon sinks with the aim of protecting and enhancing the carbon sinks, securing their future extistence. At the same time, revenues derived through the sale of science-verified carbon sequestration isused to directly and positively impact the quality of life of the communities wthin and around these carbon sinks. Quality of Life depends on the protection of natural capital. By generating revenue through natrual capital, their econimc importance can be highlighted, which in turn finances tsheir protection. Tanzania with GWS and OXÏ-ZEN are spearheading a circular green economy based on science-verified carbon sequestration.

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Aerial view of Zanzibar town

Another coastal island

Another ecotourism program

Coastal development for tourism

Coastal eco tourism

Coastal island with temporary housing

Coastal waterways are part of transport system

Fishing is part of ecosystem

Giant tortoises are part of costal biodiversity

Island coastal vegetation

Local Dow boat

Local fishing boat

Local fishing dow

One of several coastal islands

One of several remote beaches

School of dolphins off the coast

Typcal coastal scenery

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SDG Program Report

SDG Report Summary

Initial GAYA Assessment

SERENGETI GWS

Tanzania

Green World Solutions, an NGO headed by Prof. Ali Mtanda, is spearheading and galvanzing for the protection of critical carbon sinks in Tanzania and Zanzibar. By working directly with commnities and relevant government agencies, GWS has developed programs together with the various stakeholders and custodians of these carbon sinks with the aim of protecting and enhancing the carbon sinks, securing their future extistence. At the same time, revenues derived through the sale of science-verified carbon sequestration isused to directly and positively impact the quality of life of the communities wthin and around these carbon sinks. Quality of Life depends on the protection of natural capital. By generating revenue through natrual capital, their econimc importance can be highlighted, which in turn finances tsheir protection. Tanzania with GWS and OXÏ-ZEN are spearheading a circular green economy based on science-verified carbon sequestration.

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Serengeti National Park

Century old Acacia tree

A tree that did not make it

Annual Wildebeest migration

Lion pride on siesta

Lion pride taking shelter from sun

The great plain with wildebeest

Protected black Rhino with calf

Elephants in search for water

Maasai Women doing handicraft

View of Ngorongoro crater lake

Locals engaging in eco-tourism

Serengeti Leopard

Amb. Prof. Mtanda with wife Zamzam

Amb. Prof. Mtanda with Tanzania National Parks Authority TANAPA

AVAILABLE GAYA

SDG Program Report

SDG Report Summary

Initial GAYA Assessment

RUBUNDO ISLAND GWS

Tanzania

Green World Solutions, an NGO headed by Prof. Ali Mtanda, is spearheading and galvanzing for the protection of critical carbon sinks in Tanzania and Zanzibar. By working directly with commnities and relevant government agencies, GWS has developed programs together with the various stakeholders and custodians of these carbon sinks with the aim of protecting and enhancing the carbon sinks, securing their future extistence. At the same time, revenues derived through the sale of science-verified carbon sequestration isused to directly and positively impact the quality of life of the communities wthin and around these carbon sinks. Quality of Life depends on the protection of natural capital. By generating revenue through natrual capital, their econimc importance can be highlighted, which in turn finances tsheir protection. Tanzania with GWS and OXÏ-ZEN are spearheading a circular green economy based on science-verified carbon sequestration.

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RUBUNDO Island National Park in Lake Victoria

Protected Forests

Coastal area in Lake Victoria

Fresh water mangroves in RUBUNDO

Mangroves, a leading carbon sink

Protected Mangroves and Forests

Hippo in Lake Victoria

Hippo emerging to go grazing

Elephants in RUBUNDO National Park

Male Chimpanzee

RUBUNDO is a haven for water birds

Nile crocodile in Lake Victoria

Nile crocodile

Chimpanzee in RUBUNDO

Amb. Prof. Mtanda with Tanzania National Parks Authority TANAPA

AVAILABLE GAYA

SDG Program Report

SDG Report Summary

Initial GAYA Assessment

BEFALE CEBIRAF

Democratic Republic of Congo

The Integrated Development Program of Befale “PRODEIBE”
is coordinated with CEBIRAF (Centre de Gestion de la Biodiversité
et d’Appui à la Relance de l’Agrofesterie) has as a general objective:
the revival of growth, agricultural production, livestock and fisheries, in order to increase, diversify and stabilize the level of income of the forest dwellers, the improvement of their living conditions (of the populations) and the protection of the environment, in order to reduce the pressure exerted by it on the forest. The population of Tshuapa is estimated at 2,183,739 inhabitants (Annual Report of the Province of Tshuapa 2018) divided into 1 City (Boende), 6 Territories, including Befale, 23 Sectors, 1 Chiefdom and 184 Groups, living at 90% of subsistence agriculture on slash-and-burn, gathering NTFPs in the forest, as well as artisanal fishing.
The main beneficiaries of this project are the population of the Territory of Befale, and part of the Territory of Boende, the capital of the Province of Tshuapa, estimated at 300,000 inhabitants.

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Forest Flower

Aerial view of Congo basin

Multiple rivers in forest basin

Tropical rain forest BEFALE region

Tropical rain forest with water fall, Befale region

Rain forest creek

Forest and River are one ecosystem

Forest and River are one ecosystem

Indigenous forest people in BEFALE

Indigenous forest girl in BEFALE

Women collecting food in the forest

Children collecting water from borehole in village

The need for human habitat is pressing

Urban festivities

Children on bridge greeting Amb. Prof. Makaya

Infrastructural challenges for roads & bridges

Prof MAKAYA covering long distances by air.

Forest Elephants

National Park guide with forest gorillas

Solitary forest elehant bull

Forest chimpanzees

AVAILABLE GAYA

SDG Program Report

SDG Report Summary

Initial GAYA Assessment