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Broadfield Enterprises Uganda, was founded in 2012 by Mugarura Charles, one of the first professional Permaculture students in Uganda, after his strong background and support from Jan Smart -World Bank with Rosemary Morrow of Blue Mountains Permaculture Institute, Melbourne, Australia and Dan Palmer, Very Edible of Australia in 2008. BEU was officially incorporated by the Government of Uganda as a Permaculture Social Enterprise in January 29th 2016, under the Registrar of companies’ registration number (RN) 215653, Chapter 210 Laws of Uganda in 1998, under Section 4(2) of URSB Act and the Companies Act of 2012.
We are a private permanent agriculture social enterprise operating under the twelve principles of Permaculture and the three Ethics ( care for people, care for Earth and Fair share) dedicated to build resilient communities with their agribusinesses through providing affordable Permaculture ecosystem designs, accessible, quality services with dynamic integration of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
BEU’s focus is on creating, implementing and on use of innovative climate change adaptation strategies using the permaculture ethics and principles. As a permaculture social enterprise, the core focus is to innovate adaptation strategies using permaculture principles to solve Uganda’s problems especially with the most vulnerable populations of rural communities of whom the majority are farmers.
To be the leading Organic sustainable Environmental permaculture- agriculture business developer and implementer through forestry, food, water production, recycling in Africa
Broadfield Enterprises Uganda - Permaculture Group Permaculture Innovation Projects Inside RANlab- Makerere University School of Public Health. Upper Terrace Kololo Plot 28 House 30. P o Box 7072 Kampala Uganda – EastAfrica .
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HeadTeacher at Sabina School.
"It is Unique and unbelievable that permaculture converted our dusty, infertile soil into a food basket."
"Permaculture can ease learning since it brings different component of Nature and permaculture"
RANlab- Makerere University School of Public Health. Upper Terrace Kololo Plot 28 House 30. P o Box 7072 Kampala Uganda