Senegal's circular gardens part of Great Green Wall project

  See how these edible, circular gardens are part of a bigger project to bring a belt of green across the continent of Africa.

The “Tolou Keur” edible, circular gardens are resistant to drought and are part of Africa’s Great Green Wall project. 

The project intends to plant papaya and mango trees and a variety of plants across 5,000 miles, to stretch from Senegal to Djibouti.

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