CARITAS KAMPALA Beyond School Gardens: Permaculture Food Forests Enhance Ecosystem Services While Achieving Education for Sustainable Development Goals Considering that over half of the world population now lives in urban areas and the trend of increasing urban populations is projected to continue, cities are seeking sustainable solutions to the ecological challenges of development. Food forests […]
We also promote the sharing of experiences by partners who are committed to assisting schools and colleges to demonstrate sustainable land use with a view of enhancing healthy environment
The core purpose for developing food forests is because of environmental destruction that has greatly fueled hunger, malnutrition and poverty in rural communities. Those who are mostly vulnerable to hunger and malnutrition are mostly children in the school going age.
SCOPE is a member of Regional Schools and colleges Permaculture program (ReSCOPE) which comprises of country Chapters in Kenya, Zimbabwe ,Zambia ,Malawi, Uganda.