Great to see progress at Maaji refugee and host community settlements. Of all the permaculture related innovations we have been developing and demonstrating and for good reason, the energy efficient stove has proved the most popular.
Here is a narrated slide show of progress from the second week of in field visits following on from the June 12 day permaculture training provided by the Sector39 team.
Around the world people are facing up to the huge set of challenges of tackling climate change by addressing its many causes.
Creating a sustainable food supply by transforming agriculture into a force for environmental restoration is at the heart of the response.
Africa is ready for permaculture as it brings together environmental restoration, food security and local economy.
Permaculture resonates perfectly with traditional knowledge and practices, permaculture is the African way. Eston Mgala, Malawi
Here in Wales are working closely with East African partners too significantly raise the profile of permaculture across the region. Partners from Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda are working with us to create first East Africa Convergence, following on from a 60 place PDC at Sabina school and orphanage in Central Uganda next May.
We are linking pioneering education with food security, education, public health and government outreach. We are working with a key regional school as well as the ministry for education to create a learning hub for permaculture in Central Africa.
We are open for donations, sponsorship, contributions in any form to help us make the event a huge success.