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The Tribe In Action is an Athens community based organization with a
worldwide presence linking local and global sustainability. We act for both
environmental and humanitarian fields as our belief is that the environment is
fundamental to humanitarian action.

Our aim is to work on desertified lands, recreate the ecosystem through water
management and we are mainly focused on supporting local communities by
planting food forests, educating people and setting the guidelines for their
sustainable living.

Welcome to the tribe. Let’s take action.

 

 

 

GREECE

farmer

Planting trees and growing
food forests for sustainable
living and abundant local
communities.

tree

Our trees
olive trees, walnut,
almond, hazelnut, chestnut,
apple, peach, plum,
lemon, orange, mandarin.

shop

Creating new job
opportunities to support the
micro economy of local
communities

bee

Bees for the planet
As pollinators, bees support
the growth of trees, flowers,
and other plants, which serve
as food and shelter for
creatures large and small.
Bees contribute to complex,
interconnected ecosystems
that allow a diverse numberof
different species to co-exist.
Taste our honey produced
in N.Evia.

school

Educational programs
in public schools all over
Greece. This includes
planting with pupils, teaching
& donating wooden crafts like
pens, scribes, puzzles, riddles
etc all produced in Greece by
www.eftehnio.gr

delivery-man

Research & development
for decentralized practices,
mainly focused on how to
bring more residents from the
big cities to remote areas of
Greece.

KENYA

dam

Sand dams
Building sand dams to collect
water and recreate the
desertified eco system in local
communities of Mwingi area.
Water supply in used by
locals mainly for irrigation.

sprout

Trees
Creating nursery plants in
school areas, mainly focused
on trees for food, shade and
sand side support. Medicinal
plants as well like Moringa a
superfood, well known as the
plant saving from starvation.

education

Educational
programs in about 300
schools in Mwingi area. A
seminar of permaculture
including teaching, nursery
plantations,
volunteering & water
managements techniques.

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Schools
Building a decent school of
500 pupils in communities
area can cost about 4000eur.
The schools right now are
almost falling and are covered
by ellenit asbestos, a cheap
heavy dangerous chemical
material that can cause
cancer.

water-tap

Drinking Water
Next goal for our locals in
Kenya is a drilling borewell
that can provide them clean
water. Locals of Kavutei
community walk a distance of
20km to collect dirty water
from the closest dam and
walk back another 20km
carrying the bottles just to
water their plants or boil it to
consume it.

coconut-oil

Karibu
[meaning “welcome” in
Swahili language]
Coconuts from abundant
neighboring areas are
transferred to communities to
fight dehydration & hunger
and then coconut bowls are
traveling all over the world
through www.karibu.gr

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