News from the field

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Last fall P4R participated in the conference ‘Meet, Share, Inspire: International Conference of Good Practices on Refugee Protection,’ co-organized by Support to Life (STL), Directorate General of Migration Management (DGMM) and Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe (DKH), with support of European Civil Protection ...
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P4R member Marguerite Kahrl, recently participated in this training geared towards permaculture teachers who want to teach in refugee situations. This course was funded through an Erasmus+ EU grant and was run at the Gorno Draglishte Village in Bulgaria, in ...
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To test our theory that permaculture will be an effective tool towards working together with refugees towards places of hope and transformation, this year we held a series of six Permaculture Design Certification (PDC) courses for refugees and camp managers ...
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In this brief report Rowe Morrow reviews the year 2019 just gone by, in the light of the activities in which we got involved. It has been a quite intense year for us at P4R, as you will read through ...
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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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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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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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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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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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In this document, experienced permaculture teacher Rowe Morrow tells the story of a PDC she was invited to teach in 2016, in the Afghanistan’s capital of Kabul to young people from 15 to 30 years old. There are many insights ...
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