Project Description

Malawi T-learning

Transgressing to Learn

To ever-more frequent drying up of Lake Chilwa and loss of regular sources of livelihood.
Prioritizing rural women’s knowledge of how to adapt to the increase in drought conditions.
Rural women farmers, researchers and agricultural scientists.

Learn to Transgress

  • Historical mapping of women’s social learning
  • Building past, present and futures scenarios
  • Livelihoods analysis
  • Expansive learning approaches focused on resilience building
Women hold a wealth of knowledge toward describing various future scenarios.


Video: 2018. Mmphanje. A local farming practice identified in the project sites. The video was uploaded on access agriculture portal 27/03/2018. By 30 April 2018 the viewership was 3475

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