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19 hours ago

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The Okuti reside in Orom Sub county in Kitgum district and their dialect is neither Acholi or Karimojong. The Okuti are comprised of 36,000 people occupying Arurumo , Okuti and Katwotwo in Orom sub ... See MoreSee Less

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22 hours ago

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As we go into Holidays, we should not forget the millions of Small farmers in Africa whose survival is un certain because of the devastating effects of Climate Change.

Donate to Slow Food to create a more climate friendly food system, more resilient food communities.
#FoodforChange

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Agronomist and Slow Food Vice President Edie Mukiibi: "Climate change remains one of the major challenges to millions of small scale farmers."

Please donate now to the Slow Food #FoodforChange campaign, and help us create a more climate-friendly food system.
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23 hours ago

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1 week ago

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Bukunja Climbing Yam Presidium celebrated #FoodForChange during the #TerraMadreDay. ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

Slow Food Uganda

Raise your fork to take part in the IXth Terra Madre Day

Terra Madre Day is a major Slow Food event, celebrating local food on a global scale. Today, hundreds of people in different food communities, Earth Markets and presidia around Uganda are organizing parties and gatherings to celebrate good, clean and fair food. Terra Madre Day brings together all who share the vision of a food system that supports local economies, that respects the environment, biodiversity, taste, and tradition. A better alternative is possible!
As the main focus of this year is to protect our environment and to shine a light on the link between food and climate change, all the activities are focused on Food for Change, Slow Food’s international fundraising campaign to highlight the role of food as a cause, victim, and potential solution to climate change.
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