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We publish two different kind of magazines; one is for the children in Africa and the other one is a tree business magazine for Africa. Now, you can also subscribe to those magazines.

Miti and Bingwa magazines

Miti

Our Miti magazine (Miti means Trees in Swahili) is a high quality tree business magazine, the first of its kind in East Africa. The magazine aims to inform and entertain its readers, both professionals and non-professionals, on matters related to afforestation in Africa.

Miti targets tree lovers, business people, farmers, ecologists, scientists, investors, students, NGOs, government policy makers, and other readers who wish to know how important afforestation is for the present and future generations. The articles are tailored in such a way as to interest the general readership in East Africa.

Each issue has recurrent departments aimed at enlightening readers about the challenges and rewards related to tree planting in Africa. Apart from business, articles, and news updates related to afforestation, Miti also gives information on controversial tree issues, the historical use of trees, water management, etc.

Miti runs interviews with farmers, individuals, and companies with a successful afforestation story so that readers may benefit from those experiences. The magazine tackles issues of improving techniques and gives advice to its readers. Local institutions involved in the tree business also have occasion to present themselves and their work.

Miti is not just a magazine; it is more like a continuous positive training programme on how people can make more money through tree planting, as well as saving the environment—in conjunction with Better Globe Forestry.

Subscription
You can purchase a 1-year subscription that includes four upcoming issues of our Miti magazines and one Bingwa magazine at our order page. You can also purchase a surprise package that contains four older issues of our Miti magazine and one older issue of Bingwa. All magazines will be sent to your home, so please make sure to use a valid address when you order your magazines.
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Bingwa

The Bingwa Magazine (Bingwa means Champion in Swahili) is an informative, interactive and inspiring children’s publication aimed at fighting corruption by building the character of African children. The magazine nurtures its readers into champions who value integrity with the long-term goal of fighting corruption and eradicating poverty. A source of information, advice and fun, the integrity message is passed across in an easy, conversational and appealing format.

The magazine targets upper-primary school students (aged 10-13). Bingwa was first published in 2008 initially in 10,000 copies three times a year. From 2014, the magazine has been produced once a year in a much higher quantity, depending of the support we get, to coincide with the Day of the African Child on June 16. The magazine, distributed free to primary schools in Africa, beginning with Kenya and Uganda, is the first of its kind. The future goal is to publish over one million copies to reach children all over Africa. The record shows that each Bingwa magazine is read by over 100 children and has an extremely long shelf life.

Through our partner Child Africa, who is the publisher of Bingwa, you can now also get a hand on the Bingwa magazine.

Subscription
You can purchase a 1-year subscription that includes four upcoming issues of our Miti magazines and one Bingwa magazine at our order page. You can also purchase a surprise package that contains four older issues of our Miti magazine and one older issue of Bingwa. All magazines will be sent to your home, so please make sure to use a valid address when you order your magazines.
Subscribe and order here...
 
   
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