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IPNAMME
Description/achievement of initiative

Networking the interested current permaculture educational providers through networking and capacity building. * Providing Education and Training for sustainable community food production such as at home, schools, community gardens and sustainable foraging. * Conducting awareness campaigns as well as promoting high value crops such as Moringa. * Promoting science-based approaches and system thinking in addressing resilience of human communities as it relates to conservation of the land and the environment. * Partners: * International - Curricula Educators Association (Global) * Moringa Research Farm (Egypt-Ughanda) * Reading Hamlet (Nigeria-USA) * Sector 39 Permaculture Design Academy, UK * Githunguri Youth Sports Association, Kenya * Pan African Vision for the Environment (PAVE), Nigeria

Implementation methodologies

* Networking the interested current permaculture educational providers through the International Permaculture Network in Africa, Mediterranean and Middle East (IPNAMME). * Helping setups through education(accredited training programs) via regional coordinators. * Help increasing food production at home/schools (balconies, roofs and communal gardens). * Raising awareness on high value nutritios crops as the Moringa tree.

Arrangements for Capacity-Building and Technology Transfer

Coordination mechanisms/governance structure

Partner(s)

Organizations: International - Curricula Educators Association (Global) Moringa Research Farm (Egypt-Uganda) Reading Hamlet (Nigeria-USA) Sector 39 Permaculture Design Academy (UK - Uganda) Githunguri Youth Sports Association (Kenya) Pan African Vision for the Environment (PAVE) (Nigeria) The Palestinian Agro-ecological Forum (Ramallah - Palestine) Yalla Permaculture (Jordan- Australia) Permacultura Mediterránea (Spain)
Progress reports
Goal 2
Goal 4
Goal 5
Goal 8
Goal 15
2014
Leading at least 3 campaigns(work continuation of partners) for raising awareness and educating the public on composting for food production while recycling organic waste
2014
Networking at least 10 permaculture educational farms in the region for exchange of experience and knowledge
2014
Promoting high value nutritious crops through social networking
2015
Delivering at least 5 accredited regional courses on setting up an integrated organic farm
2018
Delivering 6 accredited regional courses on integrated management of resources and soil sustainability.
2018
Accepting 20 (no-fees) new members in the Network.
Financing (in USD)
9,000 USD
Other, please specify
Administrative Fees of membership process = $ 4000
Other, please specify
Volunteers
Other, please specify
Workshops: $1000 each= $ 5000

Action Network
Basic information
Time-frame: 2012 - 2030
Partners
Organizations: International - Curricula Educators Association (Global) Moringa Research Farm (Egypt-Uganda) Reading Hamlet (Nigeria-USA) Sector 39 Permaculture Design Academy (UK - Uganda) Githunguri Youth Sports Association (Kenya) Pan African Vision for the Environment (PAVE) (Nigeria) The Palestinian Agro-ecological Forum (Ramallah - Palestine) Yalla Permaculture (Jordan- Australia) Permacultura Mediterránea (Spain)
Countries
Contact information
Gihan Sami Soliman, President of ICEA, g.ssoliman@hotmail.co.uk
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