Developing Innovations in School and Community Cultivation (Uganda)

Nature Policy by Umair Zia

Developing Innovations in School and Community Cultivation (DISCC) Project started in 2006 with 4 volunteers with an aim of promoting economically viable sustainable agriculture among the youth and since then the number has grown to a total of 15 Volunteers who have undergone both local and international training in the establishment, management and sustaining school, community and home gardens using different farming techniques and models like the Permaculture principles, farmer ownership Model (FOM), Child to Parent Model (C2P), Farmer to Market (F2M) among others and have been implementing similar models and offering training and advisory services in similar projects in Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia and Tanzania. Please click here for more details.