News:

Slow Food Uganda

Facebook Posts

2 weeks ago

Slow Food Uganda

On Friday 23rd November 2018, we had the first consultative meeting aimed at drafting an ordinance on food and production. This meeting was held at Royal Suits in Bugolobi, Kampala and it attracted 25 participants including technocrats from Buikwe District Local government, Lugazi municipal council, Civil Society Organizations and citizens’ groups from food communities and youth groups.
The meeting was fully supported by our funding partner @Hivos.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

3 weeks ago

Slow Food Uganda

Banana waste innovation

Local Heroes
"If everybody learns to appreciate nature, we can make a better future"
These women in Uganda create paper from the waste of banana plants.👏🙌 . Support them here: bit.ly/papercraftafrica
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

3 weeks ago

Slow Food Uganda

Indigenous food systems and indigenous traditional knowledge have survived hundreds and sometimes thousands of years.

Strengthening these systems is key to achieving a #ZeroHunger world.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

3 weeks ago

Slow Food Uganda

Meet Jessica Mugalula a Slow Food Uganda member under the Mukono-Wakiso Earth Market. She is one of the smallholder farmers who are protecting the over 50 traditional banana varieties in Uganda. Jessica grows Kivuuvvu and Nakitembe traditional cooking bananas. She also grows Kyebandula, a sweet potato variety on the Slow Food Ark of taste. Today we thank her for the commitment towards dedicating herself to the creation of Good Clean and Fair food.
#ThankAfarmer
#FoodForChange
#SlowFood
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Our initiatives

Earth Markets
Slowfood presidium
Slow Food Youth Network
10,000 gardens in Africa