Written by Steve Carter
In 2005, Trees For Life devoted much time and effort to producing a Moringa booklet and pocket brochure about the benefits of the Moringa tree in relieving nutritional deficiencies. The contents also provide information related to ground cover, silage, and fuel, precisely in those geographical locations most in need of environmental and health benefits. The pocket brochure displays the benefits in a very picturesque and easy-to-understand format and is provided free to those who want to learn and share information about the Moringa tree.
One challenge in this process of sharing is that the pocket brochure, needs to be available in the main languages of the world. Recently, a Spanish translation of the pocket brochure has been completed. The brochure is also available in Yoruba, Luganda, and Hindi. French and Haitian Creole translations are in process and should be soon completed..
Trees for Life invites individuals throughout the world who would like to make use of the brochure in their region or country, to provide additional translations. The more translations available, the more good that can be accomplished. The pocket size brochure and a useful educational poster can be viewed in several languages at the following site: http://www.treesforlife.org/our-work/our-initiatives/moringa/moringa-materials.
If you would like to translate the Moringa brochure into another language, we will then post it on our website, www.treesforlife.org. To translate the brochure, go to the following page, which has the text and explains the process: http://www.treesforlife.org/our-work/our-initiatives/moringa/moringa-book/create-your-own-moringa-brochure. After the translation is completed send it to email@example.com. The changes to the document will be made by the Trees for Life office, and it will be posted on the Trees for Life website so all will have access to download and print the translated copies.
Help Trees for Life continue to provide materials for those seeking better, sustainable lives for themselves and their families.