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2 weeks ago

Slow Food Uganda

The SFYN Uganda academy 2019 launched on Friday 5th April 2019. 20 participants will be participating in this year's Academy. The first session handled the topic of food production vs environmental health for two days. Mr. Wali Christopher the senior agricultural officer from Mukono district facilitated a workshop about the topic and then a field visit was made to Mr. Semwezi Sulait a prominent Slow Food farmer practicing agro-forestry in Ssi sub county, Buikwe district for the participants to acquire hands-on skills.
Some of the participants from the previous academies were invited to share their experiences as well.
This year's Academy is proudly funded by Hivos under the SD4All programme.
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3 weeks ago

Slow Food Uganda

The consultations from the citizens about the process of formulating policies governing food and production in Buikwe district have kicked off. We are grateful for the good thoughts from the citizens of Ngogwe Sub county. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Slow Food Uganda

In a bid to formulate enabling laws for food security, nutrition and environment management in Buikwe district, we held a consultative meeting with the district stakeholders to collect their views on the formulation of an ordinance governing food and production. Thanks to our funding partners Hivos for funding this process. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 weeks ago

Slow Food Uganda

Teaching gardening is an ultimate model we use to educate the young generation about food, nutrition and good agro ecology practices.
Pupils of Desire Nursery and Primary School, Masaka during there gardening session.
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