What does P4R do?

We are an international working group whose aims are to empower refugees to transform the places where they actually live, be these refugee camps or communities in receiving countries, into productive permaculture designed communities and enable their integration into local regions for the benefit of all.

Rosemary Morrow talks about why permaculture is a key tool for dealing with the refugee situation worldwide



Permaculture education is one of the most effective tools we can harness to empower people in refugee settings.

Follow-up & Evaluation

We ensure project success through supporting follow-up activities after courses, and evaluation throughout the project.

Our latest news from the field...

Malaysian Permaculture Design Course for Refugees and Community

In this new report, Rosemary Morrow tells how the last PDC course run as Permaculture For Refugees went. The course was run between June and July 2019, at the Alumni house, USCI, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. We consider it our 6th ...
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5th Permaculture Design Course at Lavrio camp in Greece

This is the report narrating how our 5th PDC at the Lavrios refugees camp went. Lavrios camp is a relatively nice place, compared to other, more packed, refugee camps. It’s premises belong to the Greek ministry of Agriculture and used ...
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4th Permaculture For refugees Design Course in Lesbos island

The last two PDC courses of this series, run in spring 2019, were in Greece on the island of Lesbos. It was held at the premises of the One Happy Family NGO, and sponsored by Low Tech Lab. From the ...
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