Trees are integral components for maintaining biodiversity and environmental equilibrium on this planet. This understanding has not only persuaded mankind to plant more trees but also has linked to diverse spiritual movements that sometimes has led people to have the perception of trees as part of the respiratory system. Planting a tree has turned into a self-esteem need that has accumulated into many tree-planting social movements. Today, trees are planted to serve many different purposes: for human consumption, combat climatic change, and more importantly to serve as an intimate human partner by standing in their surroundings.
KI-AI-BO stick to its primary moto that tree-human interaction is a key to sustain peace and prosperity on this planet. KI-AI-BO tree planting programs intends to offer communities an opportunity to revitalize their potential to grow socially, economically, and spiritually by consciously integrating tree planting activities in the country’s development programs. The role of trees in development programs is multi-faceted: