Slow Food Uganda National garden Training that brings together 75 new garden coordinators to build their capacity and a better understanding of the slow Food network in Uganda and beyond, Discussions on the project handbook, technical management of Slow Food Uganda gardens to ensure sustainability. It will also involve more discussions on group dynamics and sustainability in the project. Currently Uganda has 310 gardens operated by more than 1000 students, teachers and community members. The training will also involve the #Climate change campaign and devising tools that can mitigate climate change.
Regional trainings in high gear.!! The team starts from northern Uganda as the trainings aim at improving management of the gardens locally with less or no use of inputs as well as embracing the use of our local and traditional seed varieties that are still in existence.
We also aims at strengthening local leadership to easily manage their own activities in the region, enhance good and sustainable farming practices on the garden.
The training is also part of the Slow Food Menu for Change Climate Change Campaign. As we advise on Causes of climate change and what can we do to stop climate change by the activities we do on the soil and the environment.
Next trainings include; Kasese sub regional training. Mbarara sub regional training. Greater Masaka regional training. Jinja sub regional trainings.... ... See MoreSee Less
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