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Pest and disease control

Using of biological control methods to Insect infection - Moringa tree (Hawa Eltigani – Moringa group)

Solution I: Neem – pesticide
Neem seeds soaked in water for 24 hrs to facilitate the removal of seeds. Dried
seeds were decorticated and crushed into fine powders and then put in spraying device and use it to spray the plant and the product without fear of any damages.

Resilient School Communities

Inclusive and participatory planning and implementation of resilient school community plans

School communities (learners, teachers and parents) use the Integrated Land Use Design (ILUD) tool to improve land use and environmental consciousness and practice at their schools.
The core principles of ILUD are:
Promoting deep and thoughtful care for the environment

Intercropping

Mixing it up with your crops

Intercropping offers farmers the opportunity to engage nature's principle of diversity on their farms and have the following advantages: Benefits of intercropping are crop yield, productivity of various plant constituents, economic return, yield stability, social benefits, pest control, and nutr

Hugelkultur

Hügelkultur is making raised garden beds made of and covered with organic material for cropping. It has several advantages: The first few years, the composting process will slightly warm your soil giving you a slightly longer growing season.

No Till Gardening

Avoiding soil degradation

The benefits of no-till gardening are therefore numerous: it promotes natural aeration and drainage, it saves water, reduces or eliminates the need to weed, it saves time and energy, it builds earthworm population and helps to reduce the soil erosion and to retain carbon.

Gift-economy

Social Permaculture

A gift economy, gift culture, or gift exchange is a mode of exchange where valuables are not traded or sold, but rather given without an explicit agreement for immediate or future rewards.

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