FSC certification helps stop the ‘bleeding’ in Tanzanian forests

The sound of a saw cutting deep into the kiaat tree (Pterocarpus angolensis, also called “bloodwood”) in a forest in Kisangi village fills the air. Sweat drips from the body of 56-year-old Rafii Hashim as he pushes the saw rhythmically back and forth to ensure a smooth cut.

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FSC certification helps stop the ‘bleeding’ in Tanzanian forests