Read about the stories from our 2014 Permafund grant recipients and discover how permaculture helps communities access sustainability, food security and a sense of belonging.
Ockenden Cambodia is an NGO based in Cambodia specialised in agroforestry, environmental mitigation, skills training, enterprise development, micro credit and community mobilisation.
Umoja Orphanage Kenya is a non-profit organisation raising funds to build a self-sustainable children’s village in Ukunda, Kenya.
The Foundation for Research and Sustainable Development (FRSD) in Madurai, India received a AUD1,000 grant from Permafund in 2014.
Lift Irrigation and SRI method of cultivation at Siddharth Village demonstration for the Ecovillage Design Education (EDE) course.