These individuals and organizations are providing on-going support to our project implementing teams as they secure funding to build their village hubs and scale-out to surrounding communities.
Creating a global earth repair corps where indigenous youth can help regenerate the planet by supporting these projects, and heal the wounds of climate injustice
Creating a global women’s sound healing circle – to support women’s empowerment and healing as project participant’s work on gender justice issues and earth regeneration
An award winning social entrepreneurial team. Seeking to expand their IT based farmer training and outreach app solutions to promote eco-agriculture approaches with the 600,000+ farmers using their technology in India and SE Asia, then scale globally – watch their 3 min. video to see how they increase small holder profitability, productivity and access to markets using micro-entrepreneurs.
Providing technical assistance and agroecology and living soils training support to project centers in India and Kenya, including Navdana.
Center for Small Farms – training support for partner sites, and in-kind contribution
Biochar and rock dust mineral innovations and research for carbon sequestration through farming
Author of The Carbon Farming Solution: A Global Toolkit of Perennial Crops and Regenerative Agriculture Practices for Climate Change Mitigation and Food Security
PRI is an accredited CSO with the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) and the United Nation Climate Technology Centre & Network (UN CTCN). We’re working with other organizations like Muslim Aid Australia (MAA), the Hans Foundation (currently, in India) PRI is looking for funding to acquire an earth track machine to accelerate natural land regeneration in Somaliland and beyond. If we look at the estimated costs cited for Niger’s Maradi & Zinder regions – $100 million USD over 20 years w/average external costs not exceeding $20 USD per hectare – 5 million hectares were “regreened” in 20 years. The return on the investment of this regreening work in Niger is estimated to be $500 million USD annually. Rhamis Kent, who is leading this work on the ground, has envisioned combining elements of “mechanized” labor to augment the efforts of people working on-the-ground “mostly because the speed at which the land degradation is said to be spreading requires it” (10 – 12 million hectares per year according to UNCCD). One of these earth track machines could prepare 10 – 15 hectares (25 – 40 acres) of land, we need 46 – 68 of these units (which would cost roughly $250,000 each). This would require an investment of anywhere from about $11 million – $17 million USD. That’s basically 250,000 hectares per year with an investment of $5 million USD per year.
List of Individuals who contributed to the project design in 2016/2017
Michael Ahabwe Mugerwa
Aurora Levins Morales
John Dennis Liu
A. Liora Adler
Robin Van Loon
Nina Umai Spiro