1. 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...
  2. 22-02-2023 Session: This presentation will focus on urban tree audits, forestry planning and their importance. Daniel will share about the UN-FAO Tree Cities of World recognition of Kampala for its impact on tree management through the transformation from a treeless downtown Kampala to treed streets and the...
  3. 22-02-2023 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...
  4. 21-02-2023 Session: The importance of the media to motivate sustainable agriculture and care for the soil The session will challenge agricultural stakeholders to use the media more fully to motivate people to adopt sustainable agriculture. Media can help reduce the number of farmers dependent on chemical...
  5. 21-02-2023 Session: The presentation will present the vision, mission, and approaches used by SAT. Common agroecological interventions of SAT will be shared and challenges faced, including milestones on enhancing wide adoption of ecological practices. Biographical information: Dr. Kizito Mwajombe is an...
  6. 23-02-2023 Session: Agroforestry systems have a poor record of adoption/diffusion! New innovative systems prioritize placement of highest value crops, flexibility of pruning regimes for optimal diffused shade by time of day & year, and that match to crop needs for mulch or green manure. The presentation...
  7. 22-02-2023 Session: We overestimate what we can do in one year and underestimate what we can do in 10! Working with small communities: The presentation will address gaining trust, developing volunteer leaders, Identifying local needs and resources. Sustainability doesn’t just happen; beyond “I have taught,...
  8. 22-02-2023 Session: Crop-raiding by elephants can devastate small farmers, leading to food insecurity, lost opportunity costs, and even death, as well as negative attitudes towards elephants, but finding effective and inexpensive solutions has proven extremely difficult. Beehive fences surrounding crops...
  9. 22-02-2023 Session: The presentation will highlight the successes, challenges, and best practices to mobilize community buy-in in the adoption of FMNR and rainwater harvesting. * See Session Video Here Biographical information: Njamasi Chiwanga works as the Director of Programs at LEAD Foundation - a local...
  10. 21-02-2023 Session: The use of draft power to reduce human drudgery has been in existence in East Africa and other parts of the world for millennia. While there is so much potential in using draft power, especially for small-scale farmers, there are also challenges that need sustainable solutions....