Facilitating access to high quality agro-forestry tree species is one of the four objectives of this project, funded by Australia Aid (AusAid) under the Australia Africa Community Grants Scheme. During the year under review, 5,000 Cacia Siamea seedlings were procured and distributed to project beneficiaries as well as a number of institutions (including schools, the District Officer’s office and a correctional facility). Each of the 1,000 beneficiaries received four seedlings to plant at home while the rest of the institutions shared 1,000 seedlings amongst them. In addition, a further two kilograms of Calliandra calothyrsus were supplied to two groups that are close to water sources to propagate and establish tree nurseries from where seedlings can be sourced in future. Calliandra, a small thornless leguminous tree, is used in agro-forestry systems for fuel wood, plantation shade, as an intercrop hedgerow and as livestock forage. The two groups were also trained on nursery establishment and management.