AGROECOLOGY DEVELOPMENT IN UGANDA
Are you looking for that rare opportunity to experience rural life in Africa as well as participate in agroecological practice?
Do you have research ambitions in rural, agrarian, African livelihoods?
Are you interested in learning about Ugandan village life, culture, local ways of life and so on?
Are you be interested to support “agroecology” and “food sovereignty” by:
a) Strengthening community-based solutions to threats that are diminishing bio-diversity and the resilience of local indigenous food systems;
b) Engaging traditional food producers, knowledge-holders and practitioners in developing strategies and actions for adaptation to climate change;
c) Building and strengthen local marketing, trade, information exchange and support networks among small food producers to share strategies, promote sustainable approaches and address common concerns?
In fitting skilfully with agroecology as science, practice and social movement this project is offering the opportunity for visitors from the research community to see for themselves active integrated farming operations.