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Sunday, 19 November 2017

Sudan Signs Biggest Agreement towards Building Green Trees Wall

Khartoum: The Ministry of Environment has disclosed the signing of the biggest agreement towards building an African green wall with the participation of eleven African countries under the sponsorship of the United Nations.
The President of the Malaysian Bionas company which is to implement the project, Ali Idris said the agreement aims at halting desert creep southwards and reducing the percentage of carbon emissions in the globe via building the tree wall and Sudan wall whose length totals  to 1520 kilometers and 30 kilometers in  width and it will pass across the states of the River Nile ,Kassala, Port-Sudan , Northern State , Kordofan and North Darfur.
He affirmed the company preparedness to implement the whole project and Sudan is the number one beneficiary of this agreement.
He noted that the project aims at planting four billion trees including Gum Arabic trees whereby some three million families from the project
He said services will be delivered to the citizens along with indigenizing or building permanent residential houses