In 2007, an environmental conservation initiative was undertaken with the support of the Dan Church Aid fund. As part of this effort, 2000 useful trees were distributed to 500 families. The primary goal of this project was likely to promote environmental protection by encouraging tree planting and sustainable practices among the community members.
Providing families with useful trees not only contributes to the preservation of the environment but also offers additional benefits, such as improved air quality, soil conservation, and potential economic opportunities through the sustainable use of tree products. The involvement of the Dan Church Aid fund suggests external support for environmental conservation efforts within the community.