In the degraded lands of Kanyerus, Kenya, years of displacement and unsustainable practices have left pastoralist communities struggling with food insecurity, poverty, and environmental decline. To empower women and regenerate the landscape, this project will provide permaculture training and demonstration gardens to inspire ecological restoration.
Support for Regenerosity’s East African Women and Youth in Permaculture Flow Fund will help 5,000 people in approximately 300 households spread across 17 villages. Women in these communities will become leaders in regenerative farming techniques like kitchen gardens to improve soil health, increase biodiversity, and cultivate sustainable food sources. By distributing starter kits and utilizing a train-the-trainer model, the initiative aims to build self-sufficiency, gender equity, and community resilience.