BUJUMBURA January 25th (ABP) – The Mubimbi commune of Bujumbura province (western Burundi) is at work in order to implement the national reforestation policy called “Ewe Burundi urambaye”, and this is time for planting tree seedlings produced in the commune, this was revealed to the check by ABP on Thursday January 24, 2019 by  communal agronomist Isaac Manirampa.

In fact, 168,000 forestry, agro-forestry and fruit plants were produced, he said, meaning that various reforestation sites have been identified. These are Kigunga, Mageyo, Gisovu, Kiziba and Muyabara where 22 hectares will be reforested.

According to the same source, bamboo plants will be planted along the Muzazi and Muhunguzi rivers to protect them, and fruit plants such as mandarins will be planted in schools. Agronomist Manirampa expects that all those plants will have been planted at the end of February. He appealed to the animal raisers not to introduce their animals in those plantations, if not, they will be fined once caught. He invites everyone to monitor that common heritage.

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