The Kusamala Institute of Agriculture and Ecology writes: “To those who don’t know Chisomo, he has a unique passion to work on food policy issues in Malawi and has demonstrated an ability to accept new challenges and tasks with a natural deep desire to acquire more knowledge and expertise. He has also become an emerging leader in national conversations on Agricultural Policy…Chisomo has worked for 4 years in research and community training in environmental management with emphasis on climate change mitigation and adaptation. He has experience in reporting, data collection, analysis and presenting findings. He holds a Bsc. in Permaculture and Community Development.”
Never Ending Food has worked closely with Kusamala and Chisomo for several years and would like to do everything we can to help support and promote the work that they are doing. Chisomo has become one of Malawi’s leading advocates for sustainable design systems, having been involved with Africa’s 1st Food Security & Adaptation Conference, the United Nation’s Framework Convention on Climate Change, as well as international workshops on Seed Sovereignty.
The following are articles which were written by Chisomo:
- Permaculture and Climate Change
- Permaculture and Agroecology: Building Household Demonstrations to Improve Food Security, Livelihoods, and Ecosystems in Malawi
- The potential of permaculture for Malawi food security