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Permculture Gardening Practices

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What were your biggest successes this season?

We trained 20 households in kasese district in permaculture methodologies of agriculture which enhanced their capacity in food security and nutrition. Their livelihoods increased and supported them with seedlings for planting. The households we trained are also supporting in training other households in permaculture agriculture strategies.

What challenges did or does your project face?

We darely lack grant to support our project in procuring improved seed for bedding and support with community members, garden protective gears and garden tools , much droughts as seasons do change, and pesticides swarming the plants.

How are you working to overcome them?

We are dearly mobilizing stakeholders both locally ,internally and externally for financial support to procure more seedlings, garden protective gears and garden tools, embracing communities to plant more trees for climate adaptation , soil health and fertility and medicinal trees.

What did you or your project learn this season that might be useful to others as well?

We have learnt from practical view of implementation, there is high need embarking on organic manure usage and herbicides to boost microbial to have a regenerative environment and toxic free products which are more healthier. And above all need to emphasize permaculture agriculture.

Project Name:

Permculture Gardening Practices

Project Location:

Our project is located in Rwenzori ,Kasese-Uganda.

Number of People Reached:

30

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Rural Women Foundation for Community Development.

Rural Women Foundation for Community Development.

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