Integrated Land Use Design

Published: 15 October 2020
Last edited: 15 October 2020

This is an inclusive and participatory process that school communities use to develop whole school land design and food forest to meet their needs.

It involves working with all school community/Stakeholders( pupils, teachers, parents, surrounding and local leaders}


Education, training and other capacity development activities
Sustainable livelihoods
Scale of implementation
Phase of solution

Enabling factors

1. Use of local available resources

2. involvenment of pupils, teachers and parents leading to intergeneration learning

3. Use of existing institutional  structure and systems

4. Joint responsibility

5. It based on community felt needs


Lessons learned

1. improved working relationship between stakeholders

2. Its a good approach in addressing other social problems affecting communities like, negative attitude towards agriculture among youths. youth unemployment, crime.



1. it takes time to take off, because one need to mobilize and create awareness among various stakeholders.

2. Negative attittude towards agriculture in school.

3. Inadequate time allocated for extra carricula activities in schools