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 on why Permaculture is a key tool to deal with the refugees situation worldwide

SERVICES

 

Education

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

Consulting

We offer our consulting and design experience to transform refugee settings in beautiful, functional and dignified place where to live...

Follow-up & Evaluation

We make sure project success by proposing follow-up activities after any training or design commitment and evaluate activities from the very beginning till the very end of our commitment...

Our latest news from the field...

4th Permaculture For refugees Design Course in Lesbos island

The last two PDC courses of this series, were run in spring 2019 were in Greece. This is the one concerning our experience in the island of Lesbos at the premises of the One Happy Family NGO, and sponsored by ...
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3rd Permaculture Design Course at Imece, Turkey

Our third experience in teaching in refugees camps was run in Turkey, at a camp with women refugees. The course was co-taught by Rosemary Morrow, Francesca Simonetti and Marguerite Kahrl. We were hosted by Imece village. It sits on the ...
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The Joys and Challenges of Teaching Permaculture in Refugee Camps

In this new article, recently published in the Permaculture Magazine #100, Rosemary Morrows explains about her latest experience teaching in refugee camps, in several parts of the world. As she opens the article: “The Permaculture for Refugees (P4R) project derives ...
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