Linda Kabaira and Mugove Nyika are leading participatory educators who are transforming life in Zimbabwe for future generations to come.
Mugove Walter Nyika is a Permaculture and Environmental Education specialist with international experience of working with governmental and non-governmental organisations to build resilient school and college communities. His mission is to use his life skills, land use design skills and passion for culture and the environment to listen, encourage and teach everyone, especially the children, to be empowered and to serve the common good. Mugove has worked with over 200 schools in all districts in Zimbabwe which led to the establishment of the Regional SCOPE (Rescope) Programme, based in Malawi and is now working in several countries in east and southern Africa.
Linda Kabaira is a young Zimbabwean well experienced in project management with a strong commitment to serve the needs of disadvantaged communities. She has worked for over 12 years in the development and humanitarian field, with the vision to improve the quality of life for Zimbabweans, Africans, women and youth, with a specific focus on capacity building for vulnerable communities and individuals. Linda is currently working as a Coordinator for Zimbabwe Institute of Permaculture – Schools and colleges permaculture Programme (SCOPE).
Linda and Mugove were filmed at the New Story Summit: Inspiring Pathways for our Planetary Future, which took place at the Findhorn Foundation and Community in Scotland in September 2014.