Permaculture for Refugees produces publications based directly from experiences, learnings and insights from working with people in various refugee camp settlements.
Teaching Permaculture in Refugee Camps
As a result of the teaching across continents, religions, cultures and languages, we produced the booklet “Teaching Permaculture in Refugee Camps and Settlements”. This book collates first-hand knowledge and experience gathered by the Permaculture For Refugees (P4R) team, who taught eight Permaculture Design Certificates (PDCs) over two years (2019-2020) in refugee camps and settlements across three continents.
by Meg McGowan and Graham King
Permaculture for Refugees in Camps
This booklet was published in 2018 based on our shared set of ethics, principles and ecological design understandings and inputs from experienced practitioners in Greece and Lebanon.
Publications by P4R trainers and network members
Bringing Permaculture to Camps, by Ruth Harvey
Booklet on creating emergency gardens for the Middle East, by Rosemary Morrow and Eunice Neves
The Family Seed Saving Book, by Rosemary Morrow
Excerpt: …some of the activities we employed to bring people together and spark urban action included collecting unsold food from markets and retailers and redistributing it in the area without using money (food sharing).
Shifting degrees of uncertainty, by Marguerite Kahrl
Abstract: Refugees face uncertain futures. They live in makeshift accommodations, in crowded settlements, and without essential resources. Permaculture offers an approach that supports refugees to work together to help themselves and their host communities. The application of permaculture strategies and design principles assists them in designing and rebuilding their communities and livelihoods collectively.
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