ur mission is to unite rural communities, responsible private industry, the government and international organizations for financially sustainable conservation in Mozambique.

L4S works with rural communities in the Mutondo area of the Cheringoma district in Sofala Province, Mozambique. The place is also known as Catapú.

Our goal is to generate income with and for rural Mozambicans, to help them improve the lives of their families and communities and ensure a healthier way of life – while at the same time preserving the natural resources around them, stimulating biodiversity and creating a better environment for themselves, future generations and the local wild life.

hat is the vision of the Life for Sofala Foundation (L4S) and what everyone involved works tirelessly to achieve. L4S focuses on reforestation and  bee-keeping – involving local communities every step of the way to increase awareness, share knowledge and to ensure that any effort made to preserve the forest is firmly rooted in the communities to ensure sustainability. 

On this site, you will find information about Life4 Sofala’s activities – which are closely linked to those of its Mozambican counterpart Pro Sofala Verde (PSV) and our on site service provider, TCT DalmannThe Living Forest Endeavour for Sofala Project won the 2014 SEED Initiative Africa Award

L4S and PSV work with private donations, corporate sponsors and grass roots fundraising wherever possible. If you want to donate trees or if you are a corporation interested in collaborating, please go to the donation page and read more about how to do that or contact Celesta@life4sofala.org.

Posts on Bee-keeping

  • The Buzz from around the World The information in this post appeared on the Sofalaverde.org blog in early November. Nairobi, Maputo, Berlin and Sofala.Jean-Paul and Sonia Vermeulen, PSV President and Secretary, met with ...
    Posted Jan 19, 2015, 9:57 AM by Celesta von Chamier Glisczinksi
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Posts on Biodiversity

  • 662 and counting Today even the citizen scientist can receive a lot of support for identifying species in remote areas such as where we work, in Sofala Province, Mozambique. This is a great ...
    Posted Jan 19, 2015, 6:48 AM by Celesta von Chamier Glisczinksi
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Posts on Reforestation

  • 20 New Mutondo participants to reforest in 2015 The Living Forest Endeavour for Sofala received funding for 20 new participants to begin reforesting 2,200 indigenous trees this year. Cervejas de Moçambique, SA has sponsored 2000 trees as ...
    Posted Jan 21, 2015, 12:15 AM by Celesta von Chamier Glisczinksi
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