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SNAPSHOTS:
FOUR CHALLENGES, SEVEN APPROACHES
OUR CHILDREN
POORLY FED
OUR LOSS
OF
VARIETIES
OUR FOOD
DESERTS
OUR
UNSUSTAINABLE
FOOD
SYSTEM
Grow local Eat Local
SEANET helps schools develop school gardens that feed students and
stimulate community gardens that f...
CATCH, KEEP, USE RAINWATER
Katosi womens development trust train women masons in the
community in the skills rainwater har...
Community and kindness
In Todmorden they grow food everywhere and encourage people to take what they
need. They show kindn...
Let nature do its work
In Growing Power’s aquaponics plants clean the water that is fed to fish by
gravity. The fish put n...
Intimate knowledge of where you live: Indigenuity
CHRP in Maharashtra State: Community members create a detailed map of
th...
Influence government using what works
The municipality of Port Elizabeth is willing to pay for watershed services
and is i...
Bring Science close to people
MSSRF set up Village 17 village knowledge centres to bridge the rural-urban
knowledge divide
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INSIGHTS FROM THE WATER AND FOOD AWARD

This pack shows the four main challenges to our food provision and seven approaches we have seen work for our finalists

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INSIGHTS FROM THE WATER AND FOOD AWARD

  1. 1. SNAPSHOTS: FOUR CHALLENGES, SEVEN APPROACHES
  2. 2. OUR CHILDREN POORLY FED
  3. 3. OUR LOSS OF VARIETIES
  4. 4. OUR FOOD DESERTS
  5. 5. OUR UNSUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEM
  6. 6. Grow local Eat Local SEANET helps schools develop school gardens that feed students and stimulate community gardens that feed locals
  7. 7. CATCH, KEEP, USE RAINWATER Katosi womens development trust train women masons in the community in the skills rainwater harvesting and building water tanks.
  8. 8. Community and kindness In Todmorden they grow food everywhere and encourage people to take what they need. They show kindness works, and it is spreading to 33 other towns.
  9. 9. Let nature do its work In Growing Power’s aquaponics plants clean the water that is fed to fish by gravity. The fish put nutrients into the water which is pumped to the plants
  10. 10. Intimate knowledge of where you live: Indigenuity CHRP in Maharashtra State: Community members create a detailed map of the village to identify water catchment areas. Then they ladscape.
  11. 11. Influence government using what works The municipality of Port Elizabeth is willing to pay for watershed services and is in negotiation
  12. 12. Bring Science close to people MSSRF set up Village 17 village knowledge centres to bridge the rural-urban knowledge divide

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