In 2014, the Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA) published a compilation of case studies which focused on agroecological initiatives throughout the southern African region. One of these case studies was from Never Ending Food. This case study gives a nice overview of our work in Malawi and some of the work that we’ve been involved with over the years. You may open it or download it for free using the links at the bottom of the page.
Never Ending Food was established in 2003, in Chitedze, Malawi. It was designed using Permaculture principles to help meet the needs of the Nordin family, while also serving as a demonstration of sustainable solutions. Over the years, Never Ending Food has received thousands of visitors and is now able to demonstrate a wide variety of Permaculture ideas, including: guilds, zones, water harvesting, composting toilets, liquid manure, worm farming, animal production, diversified nutrition, climate-smart agriculture, renewable energy, and even sustainable architecture. Below are a few pictures from our site: