Turning Mangrove Trees into Sustainable Assets for Myanmar

By Stella Paul
SHWE THAUNG YAN, Myanmar, Jan 7 2019 (IPS)

In 2015, Worldview International Foundation began a mangrove
restoration project, planting saplings of the trees on about 121
hectares of land in Myanmar’s Ayyerwady region.

In this video, Aung Aung Myint tells IPS when the mangrove
restoration began and elaborates on the main species that have been
planted. Originally, Myint says, the condition of the soil was
concerning, but has increased over the years.

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Turning Mangrove Trees into Sustainable Assets for Myanmar