Practical Permaculture at SuBeHuDe:
Permaculture allows life to exist and to flourish naturally. It is a system of year round food production which mimics natural growth forests and centres on several core principles: soil restoration, water conservation, the creation of sustainable, regenerative human communities, including natural waste streams, and, above all, providing for inclusive care of the planet. Insects and wildlife are an integral part of good permaculture design. Bees are the most important component of the system as pollinators of our food and as such, they need to be protected and their survival ensured. The SuBeHuDe conducts training on Sustainable practical permaculture which offers a path to connect and expand its current programs in organic gardening, tree planting, sustainable building, aquaculture, mushroom production, surface water management, rainwater harvesting and alternative energy.
Organic Food Production: Permaculture Design Courses;
Since 2017, the SuBeHuDe in partnership with NWBF and other permacultural institutions organizing successful two-weeks Permaculture Design Courses particularly in semi-arid and arid regions of Tanzania. After the training, several of the local permaculture graduates will begin collaborating with SuBeHuDe and NWBFoundation to develop more permaculture gardens and further promote the principles of permaculture to address the problems of food scarcity and malnutrition, poor housing, deforestation and other environmental issues in the target areas.