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We partner with a number of organisations across the globe, who approach humanitarian and development work with a focus on social and environmental regeneration. Here, we aim to share some of their most inspiring and effective practices.

Alam Santi's Water Harvesting Design

Alam Santi have designed easily installable rainwater harvesting systems to help replenish natural fresh-water resources.

Building Community Preparedness through Puppetry

Balinesian organisation IDEP, alongside No Strings and others, developed comic books, puppetry and films to raise awareness of the early signs of disaster.

YICE Uganda's work in the Bukompe Refugee Settlement

YICE Uganda designed a Permaculture kitchen garden in the Bukompe Refugee Settlement.

Garden Competitions in Domiz Refugee Settlement, Iraq

Showcasing the potential for simple ‘garden competitions’ to stimulate interest in creating vegetable plots and restorative gardens at household level and the greening of refugee camps.

Treebogs and Swales in Kamayaak

Through creating a composting toilet system, villagers in Kamayaak are replenishing soil fertility and growing nutrient-rich vegetables.

Nepal's First Strawbale House

Completed in 2019, Nepal’s first strawbale house showcases  a shake table tested straw bale wall system costing about half the price of a conventional earth-quake resistant buildings.