Recovery of Foodforestsystems at foot of Kilimanjaro
Recovery of Foodforestsystems at foot of Kilimanjaro
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Commenced:
01/12/2009
Submitted:
19/03/2011
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Umbwe Onana, Moshi, Kilimanjaro, TZ
Website:
http://permakultur.wordpress.com/beratung/projektreise-homegarden-kilimanjaro/
Climate zone:
Sub-tropical





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Andrew Cronin Anthony Munene Axel Wendt David Rivera Ospina Hubert de Kalbermatten Irma Kinga Allen Jocelynn Rodrigues Klifford J Fyshwick Malia Akutagawa Melissa Andrews Sarah Hangartner Sarvesvara Dasa Simon Addison Stephanie Garvin Sven Horner Vanessa Monge Augusto Fernandes
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Recovery of Foodforestsystems at foot of Kilimanjaro

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Urban, Intentional Communities, Educational, Permaculture Local Group/Transition Town/Permablitz

Project Summary

Recovery of Foodforestsystems at foot of Kilimanjaro with ideas of permaculture

Project Description

In 2009 first trip toworking with the A-Frame at smallscalefarm of Aloyce Massawegether with Franz Hörmanseder, former aid worker in Tanzania, to the Homegardens of the chagga tibe at food of Kilimanjaro, to Kibosho District. In the little village Umbwe Onana we visited farmer Aloyce Massawe. We gave him some informations of permaculture and tought him to get familiar wirth the A-Frame. So we could built a swale and a Mandala Garden together with him and friends from neighbourhood.

 

First Swale at KilimanjaroAt the end we desided togehter to run a PDC in October 2010. So we nearly spent the whole year with organising this PDC, we introduced smallscalefarmer from all around Tanzania. In October back in Umbwe Onana we runned the PDC at Aloyces Farm with 28 Participants from Tanzania, Kenia and Austria.

In December of 2011 we will be also back there to make our Participants from 2010 going. We will run some practical Workshop, for example how to built a World stove for biochar production. We also likte to train them to become permaculture teacher! ... it is our main focus!

PDC in Umwe Onana in 2010You can support us with money or with your participation at Umbwe Onana in November / December 2011!

 

 

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