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Entebbe Chap. Nemenhah PermaVillage
Entebbe Chap. Nemenhah PermaVillage
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Entebbe, Victoria Lake Region, UG
Climate zone:
Wet/Dry Tropical

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Entebbe Chap. Nemenhah PermaVillage

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Urban, Rural, Community, School Projects, Philanthropic aid, Demonstration, Educational, Permaculture Local Group/ Transition Town Permablitz

Project Summary

Entebbe Chapter has grown to around 187 Nemenhah Members and is integrating Permaculture into their survival and recovery plan.

Project Description

Uganda has been torn apart by war, terrorism, draught, famine, you name it.  The Entebbe Chapter's main goal this year is to obtain food security and to create a survival and recovery plan going forward.

Each Nemehah Member will begin to create food surplus so that those who cannot support themselves will at least be able to eat.  Whether its a food allotment, plot, or pot at the back door, the Nemenhah People of Uganda will make a stand on food, and then expand into a return to the sustainable practices of their ancestors.



Entebbe Chapter

Food Security

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