YTS formally recognises meaningful biodiversity conservation and environmental education and community outreach programs. With this is mind, YTS has initiated a a number of biodiversity projects varying in scope and size and each provides unique benefit and value for both the environment as well as the communities which we work closely with in partnership.

One such project is our Social Forestry project funded by USAID which will enable villagers to register and start managing more effectively the forest resources within the boundaries of their villages.