This is the recording of the Rural Water Supply Network's webinar "Water for food, for drinking, and for rural development - examples at scale" a session organized by the RWSN Theme Self Supply, featuring Colin Andrews, Tiyeni Chair.
More information can be found following this link: rural-water-supply.net/en/resources/1146-rwsn-webinar-early-series-may-jun-2023
Presentation during the virtual Session UN Water on 23rd March 2023 on supporting Self-supply. Presentation by Colin Andrews of Tiyeni.
For the full recording visit: https://smartcentregroup.com/index.php/unwater-self-supply/
Tiyeni's presentations, featured during the Soil Regen Summits 2021, 2022, and 2023 give a view of farming and food availability in the context of South East Africa and the preventable loss of topsoil prevalent there.
Speaker: Colin Andrews, trained in Land Agency and a former Chartered Surveyor, became a trustee of The Tiyeni Fund in 2013 and Chair in 2018. He works closely with an all Malawi team of field trainers and agricultural experts in Malawi.
2023 SUMMIT CONTENT:
Colin Andrews, Chair of Tiyeni, explores how Deep Bed Farming is an integral part of water catchment management and landscape restoration. Part of the Soil Regen Summit 2023: Collaborating with Nature, held in support of Tiyeni.
2021 SUMMIT CONTENT:
Tropical and sub-tropical farming has many challenges. In Malawi, one of the poorest countries on Earth, these are coming home to roost. However, Tiyeni's Deep Bed Farming is transforming livelihoods in all areas of the country. The simple, low-tech solutions are applicable widely in Africa and elsewhere. The talk will outline this method of farming, which substantially increases yields while reducing the cost of inputs.
Long term adoption of Deep Bed Farming transforms lives……. but widespread adoption will be life-changing for all Malawi’s people.