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  • Slow Food: 30 Years of Projects Around the World
    Slow Food: 30 Years of Projects Around the World

    Slow Food: 30 Years of Projects Around the World

    Article by Slow Food International The international campaign to celebrate the signing of the Slow Food Manifesto in Paris in December 1989 has ...
  • Coffee in Uganda: Culture, Heritage and Economy
    Coffee in Uganda: Culture, Heritage and Economy

    Coffee in Uganda: Culture, Heritage and Economy

     26 SEPTEMBER 2019 Last month Slow Food Uganda organized the fourth edition of the Slow Food Coffee Festival dedicated to “Our Coffee, Our ...
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    The Coffee Festival Program is Out!

      Coffee Festival Program_PDF. The coffee festival 2019 will involve a number of activities including presentations, coffee-related and motivational stories, discussions, showcasing, coffee tasting, ...
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    The Coffee Festival 2019

    OUR COFFEE, OUR TRADITION, QUALITY COFFEE EVERYONE’S RESPONSIBILITY Coffee Festival 2019 PDF
  • Slow Food Communities
    Slow Food Communities

    Slow Food Communities

    Only by radically renewing the organization of Slow Food, only by making it more open and inclusive, and only by trying out new ...

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6 hours ago

Slow Food Uganda

We at Bushbucks Coffee work closely in cohesion with Slow Food Uganda.

The presidia in Uganda sustain quality production at risk of extinction, protect unique regions and ecosystems, recover traditional processing methods, safeguard native breeds and local plant varieties.

The Presidium, launched in February 2018 during the annual Slow Food Uganda Coffee Festival, involves 40 producers organized in the Miale-Tubana Mixed Farmers’ Cooperative Group (Miale Tubana means “the Miale villagers come together” in the Luganda language). The project’s objectives are to safeguard and add value to the Nyasaland variety; to improve the quality of the coffee.

To know more about them, visit:
www.slowfooduganda.org

To know more about us, visit
www.bushbuckscoffee.com
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6 days ago

Slow Food Uganda

(Slow Food) The challenges linked to the food system are increasingly urgent and complex. We need to identify new ways of bringing people together, simpler and more streamlined, that will make it possible to intercept everyone who is interpreting the good, clean and fair philosophy in their own way.
The Slow Food communities are one response to these challenges.
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2 weeks ago

Slow Food Uganda

The 2nd AgroEcology Fund international learning Exchange in Bangalore, India comes to an end after a successful and enriching learning experience that lasted for a week. The Learning experience that happens every three years brought diverse, knowledgeable and multi disciplined practitioners, promoters, and supporters of AgroEcology from all over the world. The Slow Food East Africa Collaborative that's funded by the Agro Ecology Fund was represented by Slow Food International, Slow Food Kenya and Slow Food Uganda ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Slow Food Uganda

More pictures from the AgroEcology Fund learning Exchange taking place from 3rd to 7th at Fireflies Intecultural Centre, Bangalore India

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2 weeks ago

Slow Food Uganda

The 2020 Agroecology learning Exchange is happening now in India. We are proud to be part of the the Collaborative that seeks to Develope Local Economies in East Africa through Agroecology, an initiative implemented in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and DR. Congo as part of the collaborative supported by the AgroEcology Fund.

This year's learning exchange focuses on Agroecology and zero Budget natural farming systems, running from 3rd to 7th February 2020 at Fireflies intercultural Centre in Bangalore, India

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