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Eastern and Southern Africa Small Scale Farmers' Forum (ESAFF) Uganda is a farmers-led movement influencing favourable agriculture related policies & practices
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ESAFF Uganda Jan 15
Today, ESAFF Uganda with other budget advocates presented small scale farmers priorities before the Parliamentary Committee on Agriculture for the National Budget Framework Paper FY2020/2021.
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ESAFF Uganda Dec 31
"We are predicting a successful 2020 both at national and regional level, I wish all my fellow small-scale farmers, ESAFF leaders, Partners in development, Friends of ESAFF and all stakeholders in our work a fascinating and prosperous 2020" Hakim Baliraine, Chairperson, ESAFF
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ESAFF Uganda Dec 28
Women are playing a huge role in saving seeds around the world: and in turn, the seeds are playing critical roles in their health, culture, and resilience. via
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ESAFF Uganda Dec 24
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ESAFF Uganda Dec 20
The Secretariat in Kampala will be closed from Monday 23rd December 2019 until Friday 10th January 2020 for our annual holiday break.
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ESAFF Uganda Dec 20
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ESAFF Uganda Dec 17
Dear Friends and Partners, The year 2019 has been a great year for ESAFF Uganda. We have influenced agriculture related policies at UN, EAC, National and District level. As we close this year we wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and Fruitful 2020.
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ESAFF Uganda Dec 11
According to FAO, can contribute to accelerating the achievement of multiple goals of the 2030 Agenda. Our work directly contributes to the achievement of 10 SDGs and indirectly contributes to other multiple goals. ~WATCH
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Ronald Bagaga Dec 6
We want to be consulted whenever is to present our views outside on land issues and report back frequently. This was during the Focal team held on in Ongako -Omoro district.
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ESAFF Uganda Dec 3
Two weeks ago we hosted participants from Peru, Bolivia, USA, Nyanmar, Netherland, Leos, France, Indonesia, Cambodia, South Sudan, Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi, Uganda and Timoleste in Amuria district during the Oxfam Land Learning Journey. Here is sneak peek of what happened.
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African Development Bank Group Oct 16
Are you 32 years old or younger and have a passion for Africa’s development? You could be eligible for the Bank’s Young Professionals Program (YPP). Applications close 13 November, 2019. ➡️
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ESAFF Uganda Nov 29
Replying to @ESAFFUG
Small-scale farmers from Amuria and Amuru district made a presentation on the MECoT in LSLBI Tool as well as presenting some policy requests to the Minister Hon. Persis Namuganza regarding women land rights.
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ESAFF Uganda Nov 29
HAPPENING NOW: Launch of the Land and Inequality Report by Hon. Persis Namuganza, the Minister for Lands says that there is need to empower women to demand for their land rights. She further called for active and innovative approaches in handling land conflicts.
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ESAFF Uganda Nov 27
Promoting Ecological Organic Agriculture in Uganda 🇺🇬.
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AFSA Nov 27
Farmer Vicky Lukwiya from Uganda explains her vision for farmer managed seed systems
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ESAFF Uganda Nov 26
Replying to @LubegaRashidah
Our PO, Rashidah Namatovu () making a case for Farmer Managed Seed Systems (FMSS).
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ESAFF Uganda Nov 26
For the next 3 days, we are at the Conference in Lusaka, Zambia together with and other organizations in East and Southern Africa strategizing for FMSS on the Continent.
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ZAAB Nov 26
The real seed producers strategy meeting for East and Southern Africa hosted in Zambia by ZAAB. There is indeed a better way to tackling climate change @Oma24158577
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ESAFF Uganda Nov 23
Don’t give up the International Seed Treaty to the new genetic biopiracy
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ESAFF Uganda Nov 21
ESAFF Amuria hosted the Oxfam delegation in Orungo and Akeriau S/C. Small scale farmers shared experiences on Farmer Field Schools, Climate Resilient Agroecological Model, Food security, farmers’ rights, GALS and LSLBI tool in the face of climate change.
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