ESAFF Uganda focuses on promoting and protecting the right of small scale farmers to control
their own food systems, including markets, ecological resources, food cultures, and production
modes. The approach focuses on achieving the important principles of food sovereignty which
include the right to food, democratic food production systems, the strengthening of local
markets, fair trade relations and the formation of fair prices, common conservation of natural
resources, the freedom of association, empowerment, and the debt relief for states, land rights
especially for women as well as promoting agroecology and resisting GMOs.