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ensuring food sovereignty through agroecology farming

Food Sovereignty


Promoting Climate Resilient Sustainable Agriculture as a means of strengthening food systems and the capacity of smallholder farmers to adapt climate changes is important in ensuring food sovereignty

What we do

We work to:

  • Develop the capacity of agro-ecology and resilient livelihoods of women and youth through farmer field schools (FFS), demos and model farms and scale up the practice
  • Advocate for enactment/reinforcement of policies that promote agro-ecology and food sovereignty through mobilizing women group/platforms at ward, district and national level
  • Undertake research on implications of modern agriculture inputs and advocate for agro-ecologically sound agricultural systems
  • Develop the capacity of farmers (through trainings and exposure visits) to promote the use of organic fertilizer, mulching and composite manure
  • Document and disseminate best practices of agro-ecology interventions and influence its scaling up/replication  
  • Advocate for increased allocation of resources for implementation of climate change adaptation at local and national levels
  • Support agriculture based income generating schemes and promote entrepreneurship skills for poor women and  men as means for diversification of livelihoods and  economic empowerment
  • Advocate for increased budget allocation by the government to agriculture sector as per the Malabo declaration
  • Support women platforms, Budget monitoring Committees and social audit teams to undertake social audits and community score cards
  • Develop the capacity of women, youth and CSOs on Social Accountability Monitoring(SAM) in agriculture sector to promote accountability and transparency




Improving livelihood through Agro-ecology farming