Shameek Kente Gold - Afro Camo Jacket
- Each trees growth can be tracked and located for three years via app
- Sustainable jobs will be created for locals in the community to care for the trees
- Trees will solve environmental challenges like -carbon sequestration, soil protection, water protection, and biodiversity protection
Kente cloth is a woven cloth made by the Akan (Ashanti) and Ewe people in Ghana and Togo. Kente is considered a prestigious item worn by royalty, taking time and skill to weave. Each color and shape holds a special meaning. Kente cloth has also become a key symbol of African heritage and pride around the world.
This jacket will plant and grow 10 trees as part of Freetown City Council's "Freetown The Tree Town" campaign. Tree planting remains one of the most effective strategies for climate change mitigation, and urban tree planting helps communities see benefits decades after planting. Join the movement to plant 1 million trees in Freetown, Sierra Leone by 2022.