Rosemary Morrow is one of the pioneering women in permaculture: for almost 40 years she has worked extensively with farmers, villagers and refugees. She is known and appreciated for her pragmatic and effective approach to creating permaculture systems across a very broad range of environments, such in SE Asia, the Middle East, India and, East Africa. She focuses on taking permaculture to communities who wouldn't normally have access to it and how to meet needs, with abundance, for water and food security, and successful sustainable farming models, no matter the situation.
Rosemary is now totally dedicated to bringing permaculture to refugees in camps and settlements and started Permaculture for Refugees in 2015 with a small dedicated group of people. You can read about this work on: permacutlureforrefugees.org