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2018 Report

In 2018, Hidaya planted nearly 2,500 seedlings.

2017 Report

In 2017, Hidaya planted nearly 20,000 seedlings.

2016 Report

In 2016, Hidaya planted nearly 20,000 seedlings.

2015 Report

In 2015, Hidaya planted nearly 30,000 seedlings.

2014 Report

In 2014, Hidaya planted 75,604 seedlings.

2013 Report

In 2013, Hidaya planted 34,998 seedlings. The variety of seedlings include Acacia, Eucalyptus, Tari, Sarrenah, Conocarpus, Jaman, Lesoro, Neem (Margosa Trees) Sumbul, Beri, Jammaun, Sirihn, Emli, Shahtoot, Sundhro, Sukhchain, and more.

2012 Report

In 2012, Hidaya planted 88,390 seedlings. The variety of seedlings include Acacia, Eucalyptus, Tari, Sarrenah, Conocarpus, Jaman, Lesoro, Neem (Margosa Trees) Sumbul, Beri, Jammaun, Sirihn, Emli, Shahtoot, Sundhro, Sukhchain, and more.

2011 Report

In 2011, Hidaya has planted over 76,660 seedlings. The variety of seedlings include Acacia, Eucalyptus, Tari, Sarrenah, Conocarpus, Jaman, Lesoro, Neem (Margosa Trees) Sumbul, Beri, Jammaun, Sirihn, Emli, Shahtoot, Sundhro, Sukhchain, and more.

Last Update: December 29, 2011.

2010 Report

In 2010, Hidaya has planted over 15,597 seedlings. The variety of seedlings include Tari, Acacia, Jaman, Conocorpus, Eucalyptus.

2009 Report

  • In 2009, Hidaya distributed over 36,000 seedlings to students and farmers in Pakistan.

2008 Report

One Million Trees

  •  Hidaya initiated this project in Pakistan and the United States. Once well underway, Hidaya intends to execute this project in other countries where Hidaya works as well.
  • In 2008, Hidaya distributed over 45,000 tree seedlings to mostly students and farmers at various communities for planting in Pakistan & US.
  • At every school and community a team lead and back up implemented the project successfully in addition to Hidaya Project Manager. Team lead will be monitoring and providing monthly reports of survival rate of seedlings.
  • The variety of tree seedlings included Margosa (Neem), Eucalyptus, Conocarpus, Acacia, Moringa and Jamun, and more.
  • Hidaya has establishted its own nursery in Sukkur, Pakistan for ongoing and timely supply of seedlings. The nursery is growing nearly 150,000 plants for planting in surrounding areas upon maturity.
  • Norway Spruce (Flemington, NJ), Long leaf pine (Swansboro, NC), White Spruce (Buffalo, NY), and Eldarica Pine (Phoenix, AZ), Coast Live Oak (Santa Clara, CA) were or distributed in United States among several schools.

Vegetables for healthy Living:

  • In the Spring of 2008 Hidaya distributed approximately 13 kilograms (approximately 97,500 seeds) of Opo/Kadoo/Lauki (Gourd) seed and 13 kilograms (approximately 97,500 seeds) of Zucchini/Toori/Turai seed to students at various communities.
  • A total of 39,000 packets, containing five seeds of Toori or Kadoo with the instructions of how to plant and care were distributed.

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