The Humanitarian Landscape Collective and QSAND team co-organised the Landscapes in Crisis Workshop in July 2023, which sought to explore pathways to enhance the benefits of the natural environment for both the displaced & host communities, specifically by posing the question: How can settlements for the displaced become productive, regenerative landscapes?
We had some excellent presentations from HYT Uganda and the Desert Garden Project, and some fascinating breakout group discussions looking at the key drivers for the implementation of nature-based solutions in displacement contexts:
1) Politics and rights
2) The environment
3) The needs of the displaced and host communities
You can now read our summary document, available at: https://lnkd.in/d_bkbpWs. You can also access the video presentations from HYT Uganda and the Desert Garden Project here.
Keep an eye out for future events hosted by the Humanitarian Landscape Collective, and find out more about their work here: https://lnkd.in/eVdd6q_R