Consultancy Service


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PRI-Kenya offers the only professional permaculture design consultancy in Kenya. We have worked with a number of NGO’s around East Africa, including Save the Children Fund. We have also worked with businesses such as the Ras Kisimani Eco Lodge on Mafia Island.

 A permaculture design for your project, business or private farm can help turn your site into a productive and truly sustainable site, with innovative solutions for increasing soil fertility, conserving water, enhancing productivity and biodiversity and waste management whilst at the same time increasing income.  You will be set on the path to ecological and financial sustainability and your site will become an inspiration for the community around you.

 Our permaculture design consultancies are built upon the idea of participatory design, we encourage staff members and all those to be involved in the implementation of the design to take part. Often community members also partake in the process. The consultancy is designed as a training session that will give everyone a good understanding of permaculture whilst at the same time creating a permaculture design for your site, implementing some practical aspects of the design and creating an action plan. A report with recommendations specific to your site will be produced at the end of the consultancy for your reference.

 In order to enhance the potential of long term sustainability and success  we recommend at least one follow up

 At times, depending on the scale of the consultancy we may also recommend to send facilitator with an assistant, these rates are included below also.

 We can also design a shorter or longer programme together with you to suit your needs.

We can offer discounts for small NGO’s/ CBO’s with limited funding, get in touch to discuss.

 If you are interested in a private permaculture design consultancy for your project, business or personal farm then please contact us on:

E: sheena@pri-kenya.org

M: + 254 725 618 737

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