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TOPS
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Case Study
Uganda
English

This report presents the results of an impact assessment of permagarden activities in Karamoja, Uganda. The aim of the study was to assess whether the permagarden activities strengthened the resilience of households to cope with and recover from food insecurity in the region. The permagarden method combines the concepts of permaculture and bio-intensive agriculture, and uses locally available resources in the garden design. Permagardens are particularly well suited to dryland areas.

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