In March 2020, a one-of-a-kind international publication came out, to which Slow Food contributed with experiences from Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda related to the Ten Thousand Gardens in Africa project. This is the book Agrobiodiversity, School Gardens and Healthy Diets: Promoting Biodiversity, Food and Sustainable Nutrition, already available online in printed and e-book format, and which at the end of the year (December 2020) will be available for download and consultation for free. www.slowfood.com/school-gardens-education-without-borders-that-guarantees-a-better-future/... See MoreSee Less
Slow Food Uganda will tomorrow Tuesday 26th at 2:30pm join FRA and partners in a webinar as a space for stakeholders to share experiences and best practices that will then be recommended to Government, both at local and national level, to ensure that food and nutrition security seizes being an issue of emergency during and after the COVID-19. You can register using this link us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-z4t1eJYSLOYsGensv40OA"You cannot have food security if you don't have safe food"
Are there ways Government can ensure that COVID-19 food aid is safe for human consumption? How best can we protect the urban food system?
Register and join us tomorrow 25/05 at 2.30PM as we discuss this and more!
Composting is good for the planetHappy International Compost Awareness Week! We compost to help enrich the soil, grow healthy plants, reduce the use of chemicals, fertilizer & pesticides, improve water quality and protect the environment 🌱 Why do you #compost? ... See MoreSee Less
On top of these great benefits of producing and eating food locally, local food helps build local Economies as the money goes back to our own communities. Interesting short films shared by AgroEcology Fund... See MoreSee Less
Good food is key to our survival and well-being. Eating local food is a powerful solution-multiplier — it reduces our carbon footprint, pollution, and waste, while creating dignified livelihood opportunities, strengthening communities and local economies, and strengthening our bodies with healthy ...