Pictures

Project Reviving Traditional Knowledge

Monica Gatobu and her husband Joseph have found a way out of poverty: They achieved that by using high-quality compost to improve the soils, adopting the latest techniques in organic farming and cultivating and selling indigenous varieties.

Picture: © Peter Lüthi/Biovision

Project Push-Pull

Agnes Ambubi, farmer, Ebukanga Village, Kenya: „In the first year with Push-Pull I could increase my maize yield from 20 to 70 kilogramme – in the second year I already harvested 280 kilogrammes. With it I could feed my family and send all three children to  school.“

Picture: © Biovision

Project Cabesi

Courses in beekeeping improve honey production. Access to beekeeping is made possible, particularly for women.

Picture: © Biovision

Hans Rudolf Herren

"My work and my life are filled with the wish that all people can live in a healthy environment and have enough food to eat", Hans Rudolf Herren, Winner of the World Food Prize, Founder and President of the Biovision Foundation.

Picture: © Biovision/Peter Lüthi

 

 

Project CLEVER

Using concrete examples, visitors learn how the goods they buy can encourage environmentally and socially sustainable development throughout the world. The evaluation of choices is easy to understand and clearly shows that individual consumer behaviour can influence our environment and our society.

Picture: © Peter Lüthi/Biovision

Project CLEVER

Purchases are analysed at the checkout. The  barcode  reader  scans  the  products and  the  product  rating  is  then  displayed on the screen.

Picture: © Peter Lüthi/Biovision