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TerraFund for AFR100, a fund for locally led land restoration projects operating in Africa, is launching its new application cycle on April 5, 2023.

After working with the Top 100 restoration champions across 27 African countries since 2021, the team is ready to invest in additional locally led non-profit organizations and for-profit enterprises.

Champions that restore land in three landscapes are eligible for this opportunity:

  • Lake Kivu & Rusizi River Basin of Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Rwanda
  • Ghana Cocoa Belt
  • Greater Rift Valley of Kenya

Expressions of interest for funding will be open on the TerraMatch platform from April 5, 2023 to May 5, 2023. Non-profit organizations can apply for grants and for-profit organizations for loans of $50,000 to $500,000 USD. A team of reviewers will select the top-scoring groups to submit more detailed applications.

Join this preview webinar to unpack the details of how to apply for this unique opportunity.

Please join World Resources Institute, One Tree Planted, and Realize Impact to learn which geographic areas are eligible for investment, how you can access the TerraMatch application platform, how the program monitors, reports, and verifies progress, and when you can expect final funding decisions. Attendees will be invited to ask written questions, which a team of experts will address in real time.


  • Mamadou Diakhité, Acting Head, Environmental Sustainability Division, African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD)
  • Mary Perpetua Kwakuyi, Executive Director, Goshen Global Vision
  • Sam Nyamboga, CEO, Acacia EPZ
  • Peace Grace Muhizi, Regional Project Director, Africa, One Tree Planted
  • Teresa Muthoni, Africa Project Manager, One Tree Planted
  • Peter Ndunda, Senior Associate, AFR100, WRI Africa
  • Jubril Juma, User Research Associate, TerraMatch, WRI Africa
  • Will Anderson, Manager, Land Restoration Projects, WRI


Cover image by Peter Irungu/WRI