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1 week ago

Slow Food Uganda

Through the presidia projects supported by the Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity , the Slow Food Uganda coffee communities are working to safeguard and promote Kisansa and Nyasaland coffee varieties.
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2 weeks ago

Slow Food Uganda

While other parts of Uganda have been unusually wet in December through January and February, Adjumani district in West Nile region of Uganda continues to struggle with the prolonged dry season that has made farming almost impossible. The district that is hosting 30 ecological Slow Food Gardens remains hopeful for a wet planting season soon. ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

Slow Food Uganda

The Slow Food Uganda Youth Academy 2020 successfully came to an end. The last two modules were handled in the last meeting that happened on 19th - 23rd January 2021. The participants handled topics of introduction to Ecological Organic Agriculture as well as Advocacy and Food Activism for a sustainable ecological food system that aims at amplifying and promoting Agroecology. They were also engaged in the organization of the Food Wise event that took place in the same period of the Academy sessions.
Special thanks to AgroEcology Fund for the funding support of the Academy through Slow Food International Agroecology collaborative in East Africa.
Many more thanks to the local partners including Youth Association for Rural Development, St. Luke Vocational Institute, Food Rights Alliance - FRA , Nabbaale Agroecology Learning and Incubation Center, Slow Food Communities and more for vigorous support and collaborations.
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