India – The main aim of this ecological project is to support the local rural villages: By retaining water and filling the aquifer, Sadhana Forest India allows the villagers to cultivate their food and prevents exodus towards nearby city slums. Planting the indigenous plants that constitute TDEF, an ecosystem unique to this region, and one that is currently endangered. – Haiti – On April 8th, 2010, Sadhana Forest Haiti, a daughter community on the other side of the globe, was started, sharing the same values and commitment to human unity. So far 80,000 food bearing trees have been distributed and planted in the local community. With the current survival rate this amount of trees has the potential of feeding 70,000 people. – Kenya – In Kenya Sadhana Forest is establishing its 3rd locality in Samburu County. Sadhana Forest Kenya’s aim is to grow food forests with the Samburu people to help promote food security in an area that is often affected by droughts and malnutrition.