This 14-month pilot project was born from a call for innovative approaches to tackle systemic issues facing women and youth in rural Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT). It provided participants with a range of training and inputs on an innovative method of sustainable permaculture farming. The project helped to address key risks and challenges identified by the communities involved – including unemployment, land confiscation and water scarcity.
The case study is part of a series conducted in the final phase of Oxfam-Québec’s Volunteer Cooperation Program, Program ACCES Innovation, which took place in ten countries from 2015 to 2020.
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