Permaculture: small effort, big yields
70 percent of the Ugandan population work in agriculture, which makes soil quality a very important issue in the country’s rural areas. Much of the farmland, however, is exhausted. That is why we pro-mote a near-to-nature approach to agriculture called permaculture.
Its goal is to achieve a high degree of self-sufficiency while requiring the smallest possible investments in terms of raw materials, space and time. Permaculture makes it possible to use even tiny spaces around huts or houses to cultivate fruits and vegetables sustainably without exhausting the soil or damaging the crops. This provides a two-prong benefit for the permafarmers: It improves their nutrition while reducing expenses. The impact benefits children and teenagers in particular, for malnutrition and lack of vital nutrients lead to re-tarded growth and lack of concentration.
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