Number of farmer groups that are members of ESAFF Uganda
Number of small-scale farmers who are members of ESAFF Uganda
Number of learning centres like Farmer Field Schools, Community Agroecology Schools, Organic Demonstration Centres and Agroecology Clubs.
Number of small-scale farmers with improved resilience to climate change, access to extension and markets
Districts with members
Policy processes at local, national, regional, continental and global level
Women small-scale farmers empowered
Citizens reached with information
The International Day of Forests is observed on March 21 each year to promote awareness of the need of preserving and safeguarding forest cover. Small-scale farmers join the rest of ...Read more
In commemoration of the International Women Day 2023, small-scale farmers especially women in Uganda are saying that it is possible to enhance crop yields by as much as 30 percent ...Read more
ESAFF Uganda strongly believes that Agroecology achieves Climate Justice. In this wonderful conversation on upscaling Agroecology with Ms. Nakijoba Irene a small-scale farmer from Mukono district, Uganda, we asked her three questions;
1) What are the benefits of small-scale farmers in practicing Agroecology at the individual and national level?
2) What are the challenges of Conventional agriculture?
3) What are your recommendations to African Governments and donors?
She shared some interesting responses, take your time and watch.