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  • Slow Food Academy on Agroecology 2020 has launched!
    Slow Food Academy on Agroecology 2020 has launched!

    Slow Food Academy on Agroecology 2020 has launched!

    The first session of the Slow Food Academy on Agroecology, “Agriculture of the Future”, welcomed 40 participants from four different East and ...
  • 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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2 weeks ago

Slow Food Uganda

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2 weeks ago

Slow Food Uganda

We shall be having community radio discussions with the farmers and food vendors in different parts of Buikwe district on the impact of Covid 19 pandemic on food and nutrition security including discussing remedial suggestions for action.
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23rd June - Lugazi

25th June - Buikwe Sub County

27th June - Ngogwe Sub County

29th June - Nkokonjeru Town Council.
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2 weeks ago

Slow Food Uganda

Due to national lockdown as a measure of avoiding the wide spread of Covid 19, smallholder farmers have been highly affected. Transporting food products to the markets has become a big challenge and also consumers mostly from the urban areas are finding it hard to access farmers due to the limited direct contacts. This has posed a big question on how both farmers and consumers can widely be linked to avoid the amount of food that it is currently rotting on farms as well as reducing the increasing cases of hunger in the urban areas. Slow Food Uganda with support from the partners including Hivos East Africa under the SD4All programme and AgroEcology Fund has come out to organize a one day farmers’ market in Ngogwe on 7th August 2020. Farmers will be able to sell their produce directly to consumers and also have one on one discussions with consumers. This one day market will be vital in promoting the small scale farmers and as well improve access to nutritious diverse food products during this period of Covid 19. The market will strictly follow the guidelines of the government on the prevention of Covid 19 pandemic. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Slow Food Uganda

Slow Food International announces a new and bigger form of Terra Madre. This is Terra Madre Reloaded where every one has the ability to be a delegate. It's a three dimension Terra Madre event that involves local and online events.

Uganda is prepared🎉After months of hard work and preparations, we can finally give you the good news:

Terra Madre Salone del Gusto will go ahead in 2020, with a new and profoundly different dimension in response to Covid-19. For six months starting from October 8, the event will involve the 160 countries of the Slow Food network through a mix of digital technology, diffuse physical events and innovative formats.

The most important event dedicated to good, clean and fair food, the environment and food politics organized by Slow Food, the Piedmont Region and the City of Turin will not be stopped, and reaffirms its commitments to shaping the future of food.

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