Reforestation day in Ambohijanaka

The Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA) is breaking new ground. It has decided to get out of the plush confines of its offices and into the field. A break for a good cause: to serve nature. That’s the purpose of the reforestation day it organized in the rural commune of Ambohijanaka on March 15. A significant contribution to the preservation of the environment and a deep commitment to the fight against climate change.

Today, March 15, 2024, the Public Procurement Regulatory Authority made a significant contribution to preserving the environment by organizing a reforestation day at the Ambohijanaka Rural Commune.

This event was marked by an action consisting in maintaining the seedlings planted last year and reforesting new seedlings, illustrating our ongoing commitment to nature and its regeneration.

This initiative represents much more than a simple act of tree planting. It embodies a profound commitment to preserving our ecosystem and combating climate change. Reforestation is a crucial response to the environmental challenges facing our planet, and its benefits cannot be ignored.

Today’s reforestation event organized by the Public Procurement Regulatory Authority in Ambohijanaka bears witness to our firm commitment to preserving nature. By nurturing existing saplings and planting new trees, we are actively contributing to the regeneration of our ecosystems and the fight against climate change.

This humble but significant act is an important step towards a greener, more sustainable future for us all.