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A small scale farmer is a great pillar in the Uganda's food system that most of us have not yet seen. SDGs cannot be achieved if these farmers do not get due attention from policy makers and implementers.
Our traditional and local food is at risk.
#supportsmallscalefarmers
#menuforchange #eatlocal
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"Rural development and reduced migration can only be achieved if we stop the investment policies that make it for large private investments to acquire land and easy for small farmers to loose their land" Edward Mukiibi, President Slow Food Uganda

Happy World Food Day

#FAO
#SlowFood
#Migration
#RuralDevelopment
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Students presenting views and outcomes of the breakout meeting sessions on four different topics
#FoodBiodiversity
#FoodSovereignty
#SustainableDiets4all
#YouthandAgriculture

Thanks to Hivos and Kyambogo University for the support
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In partnership with Hivos, we Organise the first Event to raise awareness about Challenges of our current food system and the Future want. Issues under discussed include
-Sustainable diets for all,
-Food Security and Sovereignty
-Climate Change

This event is organized with funding support from hivos to commemorate the FAO World Food Day.
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Finally, GMO alleged as the (Biotechnology and biosafety bill) Bill was passed by Parliament Speaker Rebecca Kadaga without quorum. An MP tabled Removal of Age Limit Bill and passing the GMO Bill in silence. she adjourned the house sine die (indefinitely).
Amidst the wrecked politics, they still our rights to food,
However, the struggle continues if we stand together as one. We can still fight against this massacre in our country by relying on our local and indigenous seed varieties as well protection to our biodiversity because they are worth the folk to share.
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