2018 Winners

We received hundreds of nominations for the 2018 Prize, and 53 projects and organisations were short-listed.

After final judging there are 11 outstanding winners, from 10 different countries.

Intentional Project Awards (£10,000 each), went to the following young and newly developing projects:
AAQ – Agentes Agroflorestais Quilombolas (Brazil)
Guaracy (Brazil)
Jewels in the Desert (Algeria)
Terrena, Cocreating with Nature (Bolivia)

Young Project Awards (£20,000 each) went to three winners that have a proven track record and are seeking to expand or develop.
AGROECOPOLIS (Greece)
International Permaculture Education Network (IPEN) (United Kingdom)
Malawi Schools Permaculture Clubs (Malawi)

Established Project Awards (£25,000 each) went to two organisations considered to be beacons of regeneration that have withstood the test of time:
Center for Justice and human Rights in the Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua (CEJUDHCAN) (Nicaragua)
Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods (SOIL) (Haiti)

The Influence Award (£25,000 each) went to two organisations that are campaigning or lobbying to influence policy, regulation or public opinion in support of regeneration:
African Biodiversity Network (Kenya)
Amrita Bhoomi Peasant Agroecology Centre (India)

 

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Our 2018 Prize Winners