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Marko is a Social Anthropoligist, Permaculture designer, Luthier and passionate Capoeirsta. He has spent most of the past decade gaining hands on practical experience in diverse fields of action, ranging from regenerative agriculture and community management, to facilitation and building musical instruments.
His multicultural background (half Greek, half Irish, born in Luxembourg), exposed him to the beauties of cultural diversity from a very young age. This led him to study Antropology and Development Studies at Sussex University in Brighton, UK, which further fuelled his desire to really understand human culture in its various expressions and grasp the patterns that lie behind it.
As a dedicated action learner, he sought and gained knowledge by immersing himself in different settings (Brazil, UK, Chile, Australia, Thailand) After six rich years of participating and working in various Eco-Social Projects in these countries,he completed his masters degree in Integrative eco-social design with Gaia University where he now works as an Advisor.In 2011 he returned to Luxembourg where he is now co-managing TERRA, luxembourg's first agroecological centre.
Marko Anyfandakis discovers that a city can only grow and become what you want it to if you feed and nurture it.
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Verifying teacher: Richard Perkins|
|Other Teachers: Christian Shearer|
|Location: Panya Project Thailand|
|Date: Dec 2009|
|Building with strawbales|
|Verifying teacher: graham brookman|
|Other Teachers: annemarie brookman|
|Location: Adelaide, South Australia|
|Date: May 2011|
|introducao a permacultura|
|Type: Introduction to Permaculture|
|Teacher: Guilherme Ferrao|
|Location: Sao Paulo/Brasil|
|Date: Sep 2008|
|Integrative Eco-Social Design|
|Type: Gaia University|
|Teacher: Katharina Weber|
|Location: Germany, Australia|
|Date: Sep 2010|
|Anthropology and Development|
|Teacher: James Farehead|
|Location: University of Sussex, Brighton, UK|
|Date: Jun 2005|