Moses Masiye
March 26, 2015

The Anglican diocese of uppershire has partnered first lady’s Beautify Malawi (BEAM) trust to address deforestation on Malosa mountain.

Bishop of the diocese and chairperson of the Anglican church in Malawi Brighton Malasa said they are expected to plant over seven thousand trees in the mountain forest reserve by the end of this tree planting season.

“Our development arm- Pamthunzi anglican development program (PADEP) is in partnership with BEAM trust to bring back forest cover on Malosa mountain,” said Bishop Malasa.

Representing first lady Getrude Mutharika, BEAM Trust executive member Alan Kwanjana said by planting trees and taking care of natural resources, the goals to Make Malawi beautiful will be achieved.

Kwanjana said:- “In order to bring back the beauty of the mountain, we saw it wise to join PADEP in the tree planting exercise.”

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