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Our vision is to have empowered self-reliant small scale farmers

A Conversation with a small-scale farmer on actions to upscale Agroecology

ESAFF Uganda strongly believes that Agroecology achieves Climate Justice. In this wonderful conversation on upscaling Agroecology with Ms. Nakijoba Irene a small-scale farmer from Mukono district, Uganda, we asked her three questions;

1) What are the benefits of small-scale farmers in practicing Agroecology at the individual and national level?

2) What are the challenges of Conventional agriculture?

3) What are your recommendations to African Governments and donors? 

She shared some interesting responses, take your time and watch.


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Small Scale Farmers' Climate Change (COP) Campaign

The UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP) every year sits with parties to review the progress made in the fight against the climate crisis following the 2015 Paris Agreement. In the Conferences, nationally determined contribution targets are presented to set focus on rapid reduction of global emissions, and Climate finance among others.  It is however, concerning that small scale farmers who bear the blunt of the crisis and the custodians of sustainable solutions are always on the periphery.

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Women in Land Administration and Management

Akello Hellen is a farmer leader in Alilye village in Amuria district. ESAFF Uganda equipped her with skills during a training on land management and ownership especially for the women which she has been able to share with her fellow farmers in Ekenous Farmer Field School.

She adds that as a group, they are using the acquired knowledge to improve their community

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The Story of Sophie Kidega

Sophie Kidega is a small scale farmer from Amuru district. In this video, she explains her journey with ESAFF Uganda. She is an advocate for Organic Agriculture and sensitized fellow farmers in Amuru district to grow and consume organic products.

She further explains how her and her children have benefited from land that was given to her by her father following the death of her husband.

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This infographic video illustrates the contribution of Ecological Organic Agriculture in conserving the environment, increasing incomes as well as increasing small scale farmers’ nutritional and food security. It further illustrates Ecological organic farming practices that farmers can adopt in order to increase production.

This infographic was developed with funding from Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and support from Biovision Africa Trust under the Ecological Organic Agriculture Initiative which was designed to establish an African organic platform, based on available best practices and to develop sustainable organic farming systems.

This video aims at motivating uptake of Ecological Organic Agriculture practices and consumption of organically produced foods among all value chain actors across the country.

Read our publications and work on Ecological Organic Agriculture on: www.organicuganda.org


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International Women’s Day | Voices from grassroot women leaders

During the International Women’s Day, ESAFF Uganda documented 3 women small scale farmers in Iganga district. These women shared their stories on how COVID-19 affected their wellbeing and their leadership journey in the time of the pandemic. In this video, the women further explain their roles as women in leadership in regards to ensuring food security, women rights, fighting Gender Based Violence and uplifting fellow women in their communities. #ChoosetoChallenge | #IWD2021

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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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