Transition and Invest in Agroecology for a Just Planet: A Statement on International Mother Earth Day 2023

On this International Mother Earth Day 2023, small scale farmers join the rest of the World to commemorate and call for mobilization of all stakeholders to protect the earth. They ...

Agroecology Can Restore Our Lost Forest Cover

The International Day of Forests is observed on March 21 each year to promote awareness of the need of preserving and safeguarding forest cover. Small-scale farmers join the rest of ...

Women who farm on a small-scale are pushing for a fairer deal. How can we remedy the gender disparities that exist in the agricultural sector?

In commemoration of the International Women Day 2023, small-scale farmers especially women in Uganda are saying that it is possible to enhance crop yields by as much as 30 percent ...

Seed Stories: Making a Case For Farmer Managed Seed Systems (FMSS)

This publication shares experiences of growth especially from women and youths whose interest in seed work has increased overtime due to the different activities implemented under the Farmer Field schools ...

Amplifying Women Small-Scale Farmers’ Voices in Customary Land Systems Across The West Nile Region

This storybook examines how gender injustice and disparities in land access, ownership, and control particularly for women in the West Nile Region in Uganda are influenced by land governance and ...

The Exodus to Ecological Organic Agriculture: Small-Scale Farmers’ Stories

Since 2019, ESAFF Uganda has been documenting information on EOA best practices in form of brochures, videos, podcasts, articles, and training manuals. These have been physically shared with small scale ...


ESAFF Uganda is a small scale farmer initiated and farmer-led movement formed to facilitate processes through which smallholder farmers’ development concerns can be solicited, articulated and ultimately addressed through local, national, regional and international policies and programmes.

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