Home-grown healthy food for local communities, who come together for a greener, healthier future
About the project
Engaging the community to cultivate a garden that provides home-grown, healthy food for local residents, while reducing the ecological footprint and teaching young and old people about the benefits of local food production in the fight against climate change.
Impact and Main Outcomes
Starting a community garden represents an informed choice to ensure responsible consumption and production, operating in harmony with our environment.
By growing organic, healthy products in the community gardens, local residents can reduce their ecological footprint and, at the same time, increasing awareness of climate change issues.
This Blueprint is being updated!
We are currently migrating our 50+ blueprints to this new platform. Interested in replicating this project? Reach out! We are ready to support you :)
Use recycled PET bottles, batteries and electricity boxes to enable communities to access electricity.
Building a movement of connection and contribution to everyone’s wellbeing About the project #Blood4all raises awareness on the importance of voluntary blood donations by coordinating community-driven …
Fight drought and climate change with a rain-harvesting tank, to collect water for both private use and agriculture.
Identify key links between climate change and food consumption, and how to create powerful alternatives.
Counselling programmes to support women in rural areas, manufacturing bio-degradable, low-cost and accessible sanitary pads. This project engages women and girls from low-income families to produce …