CALL FOR YOUTH PROJECT IDEAS IN AGROECOLOGY
Context The youth form the largest proportion of the population in Uganda at 77% and are thus the right target to engage for realizing a transition towards sustainable food systems.
SLOW FOOD UGANDA LAUNCHES MY FOOD MY IDENTITY CAMPAIGN
With the increasing dominance of the global food system centred on industrially processed foods, the sovereignty and pride of our traditional and indigenous food that signifies our identity is being
My Journey from Humble Beginnings to Slow Food
16 JULY 2022 EDIE MUKIIBI I was born into a relatively large family living on the northern shores of Lake Victoria in Uganda. Like many other low-income households in the region,
The 8th Slow Food International Congress opens a new era for the organization
16 JULY 2022 On July 16, 2022, Slow Food hosted its 8th International Congress in Pollenzo, Italy. This historic date for the organization marks a new phase of change and
SLOW FOOD UGANDA PARTICIPATED IN THE 6TH HARVEST MONEY EXPO 2022 TO STIMULATE AGROECOLOGY
Slow Food Uganda was among the eight organizations that were supported by Participatory Ecological Land Use Management (PELUM) Uganda to participate in the 6th Harvest Money Expo 2022. This was
Slow Food Uganda Celebrates Five Years
27 NOVEMBER 2020 KIWAGALO JOHN Since 2015 Slow Food Uganda has been gradually growing with a range of activities greatly impacting the communities toward biodiversity conservation, food education, and advocacy.
Edible Cities: Rebuilding Food Sovereignty one Rooftop at the Time
16 OCTOBER 2020 Slow Food Uganda is working with the Youth Network to mobilize citizens to grow urban gardens as a way of increasing access to nutritious and affordable vegetables
Building Local Economies in East Africa Through Agroecology
28 JULY 2020 KIWAGALO JOHN Limited government support, unfavorable policies, and lack of research on the benefits of agroecological solutions to face the current food system are some of the challenges
Slow Food Academy on Agroecology 2020 has launched!
The first session of the Slow Food Academy on Agroecology, “Agriculture of the Future”, welcomed 40 participants from four different East and Central African countries (Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Democratic
Slow Food: 30 Years of Projects Around the World
Article by Slow Food International The international campaign to celebrate the signing of the Slow Food Manifesto in Paris in December 1989 has been launched: a chance to talk about