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Sabwani Garden

Sabwani Garden The garden has a size of 10 hectare. The name Sabwani comes from the river Sabwani, which flows past the boundary of the property. In Sabwani, a peace village with conference centre is being built, which will...

Amani Garden

Amani Garden – Peace Garden The Amani Garden was founded in 2008. It is about 0.5 ha in size. “Amani” is a Swahili word meaning “Peace”. We have created this demonstration garden in one of the poorest neighborhoods of...

Mitume Garden

Mitume Garden The founder of OTEPIC, Philip Munyasia, started this garden after his permaculture training in the US.  This garden is probably the first permaculture garden in Kitale. It is located in the slum area Mitume, where Philip grew...

Next step

Vision OTEPIC Kenya Vision on creating a Permaculture School for Kenya and Eastern Africa. Conference centre The school will be a model for social and ecological sustainability, a place to reinstall the African dream of nature, hospitality and abundance,...

Inspiration

Inspiration We receive ideas and impulses from many institutions and initiatives from all over the world. We are inspired from the following projects particularly.   AUSTRIA Sepp Holzer Sepp Holzer, ecological visionary from the Austrian Alps, landscape renaturation and...

Approach

Training for Food Sustainability OTEPIC supports the local communities to use the local available resources in the best way. This means to teach them use open pollinated seed varieties, to grow food in diversity, in water harvesting and many...

Agenda

1. Education Provide free and accessible education for sustainable agriculture, permaculture, conflict resolution and renewable energy technologies. Reach out to different community groups. Offer certificated workshop series at the “Amani Learning Garden” and in Mitume. Provide follow-up seminars and...

OTEPIC training approach and case study

Women empowerment Organic technology extension and promotion of initiative centre (OTEPIC)  would like all farmer collaborators to develop the capacity to utilize locally-available resources so that the land resources they have can produce more food and family income more...