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
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
26 SEPTEMBER 2019 Last month Slow Food Uganda organized the fourth edition of the Slow Food Coffee Festival dedicated to “Our Coffee, Our Responsibility, Quality Coffee Everyone’s Responsibility”. Slow Food
Coffee Festival Program_PDF. The coffee festival 2019 will involve a number of activities including presentations, coffee-related and motivational stories, discussions, showcasing, coffee tasting, sharing of sustainable agronomic practices of
OUR COFFEE, OUR TRADITION, QUALITY COFFEE EVERYONE’S RESPONSIBILITY Coffee Festival 2019 PDF
Only by radically renewing the organization of Slow Food, only by making it more open and inclusive, and only by trying out new forms of aggregation, involvement and participation can we address
June 26, 2019 John Kiwagalo’s Slow Food story John Kiwagalo is a staunch supporter of change in the field of food production and consumption—in essence, how people grow and eat food.
The goal of the Fruit and Juice party is to promote and facilitate sustainable fruit production, nutrition in schools, and the promotion of biodiversity conservation in communities Slow Food Uganda,
Slow Food’s challenge to protect the planet and sound the alarm over climate change was taken up by 5,000 people around the world. We would like to thank each and
Understanding and enhancing the role of indigenous and the traditional gastronomy it conveys is crucial. This reinforces food sovereignty, coping strategies for climate change, ecosystem resilience and adequate nutritional requirements.