SCOPE Kenya work with school communities to transform schools into dynamic learning centres of sustainable land use in support of holistic community development.

Schools and Colleges Permaculture Programme (SCOPE Kenya) is a network of Civil Society Organizations / NGOs and CBOs working with schools and communities to promote Permaculture/ sustainable Ecological agriculture and environmental conservation activities among school communities in Kenya.

Currently, membership has grown from 14 pioneer organizations (in 2014) to 18 members in 2016 and based in 11 counties. Read More

SCOPE Kenya Development Approach

SCOPE Kenya and Member Organizations developed and uses a unique “whole schools development approach” method which brings together all school stakeholders(learners, teachers, parents and local leaders) and uses the entire schools ground to design and implement Permaculture/ sustainable ecological agricultural activities, to address social, economic and environmental community needs. This has proved to be a very powerful and effective development tool that enhances inclusiveness, participatory, ownership and sustainability of the initiated projects in schools and at community level. Read More


SCOPE Kenya like other SCOPE chapters in the region (Malawi, Zambia, Uganda and Zimbabwe) is a member of RESCOPE.