WOFAD’s Permaculture and Herbal Medicine Initiative

WOFAD has been working to further develop their Permaculture and Herbal Medicine Initiative in the communities of Sub Traditional Authority Ngolongoliwa in Thyolo District and Traditional Authority Kunthembwe in Blantyre District. In order to promote more sustainable ways of living, WOFAD provides knowledge and skills on using permaculture techniques. Through hands-on trainings, individuals have been learning how to adopt technologies and methods that will enhance food production while simultaneously restoring landscapes that have been subjected to environmental degradation.

The Executive Director and Program Officer of WOFAD introducing the Permaculture and Herbal Medicine Initiative.

The Executive Director and Program Officer of WOFAD introducing the Permaculture and Herbal Medicine Initiative.

Women at the WOFAD office in T/A Machinjiri, working together to prepare herbal medicines from their gardens.

Women at the WOFAD office in T/A Machinjiri, working together to prepare herbal medicines from their gardens.

Training community members how to prepare herbal medicines from plants that will be grown from their gardens.

Training community members how to prepare herbal medicines from plants that will be grown from their gardens.

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