1. Session:The session will address promoting community ownership for sustainable development through Asset Based Community Development. Development starts with changing people’s mindset to believe in themselves, appreciate what is within their means - their abilities, talent, and resources and...
  2. Session:We cannot face the climate crisis alone. We need solutions from grassroots communities, scientists, technology companies, governments, and the private sector. We need to create new pathways to share knowledge and best practice to accelerate ecosystem restoration. Let's imagine together...
  3. Session:Simon Ewing will share on empowering women farmers with agricultural technology hubs. Speaker:Simon Ewing is a missionary serving with Emmanuel International UK in Mwanza, Tanzania. A mechanical engineer by training, Simon is currently running an innovation trial funded by Fund for...
  4. Session:Rangeland degradation and invasive species infestation in northern Tanzania, driven by climate and societal change, reduces threatened wildlife populations and threatens food security for pastoralist communities. Here, women are the biggest victims of climate change and land degradation...
  5. Session:The presentation will discuss recent changes being implemented in the TFS Meru Plantation Forest through the ‘Taungya’ management of land. Farmers contract to cultivate land which is planted to forestry species for annual crops until the tree canopy closes, but until recently, did not...
  6. Session:The presentation will focus on sharing experiences and lessons learned in promoting community participation and engagement for biodiversity protection. It will highlight the role of land use planning in promoting community conservation initiatives and landscape management. We will also...
  7. Session:This presentation will focus on a case study in Karatu District where Iles de Paix is supporting small-scale farmers in their agroecological transition process at the farm level. We will explore the best practices, lessons learned, and challenges as well as the multiple effects of...
  8. Session:The presentation highlights holistic perspectives of agroecology in making agriculture more productive and ecological. It entails a holistic approach, seeking social, economic, and political change as well as people-led development. It explainsthe agroecological agricultural system's...
  9. 21-02-2023 Session:Legumes are the chief source of global dietary protein for most of the small holder farmers. Although, there are several legumes existing, only few have been domesticated and utilized by the human community. Anticipating the most burning challenge on overcoming the adverse effects of...
  10. 23-02-2023 Session: The session will be divided among three themes: biodiversity and the hidden cultural identity, Slow Food and the future of seed sovereignty, and Food rights and regenerative actions. Biographical information: Frank Ademba is Country of We Effect and Chairperson for Kilimanjaro Convivial...