ESAFF Annual Report 2015
This report captures a list of activities realised during the period July 2014-June 2015. ESAFF was implementing activities as outlined in the Strategic Plan 2014 – 2016 titled “Enhancing capacity of small scale farmers to influence policies for sustainab
Eligible consultants are invited to submit their proposals in providing the services of Evaluation of implementation of INVOLVE Project. The services to be provided will include, but not limited to; i) Evaluate the performance of INVOLVE project
ESAFF 2014-2015 Financial Statements
Laws regulating seeds in South Africa to entrench hunger and inequality
3RD Annual EEAC Secretary General’s Forum for Private Sector, Civil Society and other Interest Groups
SADC Council of NGOs Condemns Xenophobia – Warns of Greater Crisis Unless SADC Leaders Listen to the People!
ESAFF Financial Audited Statement 2014 and Annual Report 2014
Agriculture is the main economic sector of the Tanzanian economy employing, according to FAOStat, about 74% of the total labour force in 2013 (18,35 of a total of 24,68 million labour force). 55% of the labour force employed in agriculture are women
Agriculture weights 30% in National GDP. The average agriculture growth for the last ten years (2000-2010) was of 5,8% per year. 60% of Rwanda’s land is classified as arable lands; 11% of total land is permanent cropland, of which only 0.6% is irrigated.
Kenya agriculture is marked by the duality between the vast majority of small scale farmers and a limited number of commercial large farms that receive an important support from the government and mainly oriented towards exports
This report presents the findings of the specific study conducted on regional EAC agricul-tural and food security policies, in complement of specific studies on national policies in Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda
A specific study was conducted on regional EAC agricultural and food security policies as well as a study in each one of the following countries: Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, and Burundi. The present report is a summary report of these specific studie
Esaff Directors Report and Financial Statements
Chairman's Report June 2014
The People’s Coalition on Food Sovereignty’s (PCFS) Critique of the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Agreement on Agriculture and the ‘Bali Package’
SEED and Agriculture Report
Africa’s Food Sovereignty under Attack by Corporate Interests
IMPLIQUER LES PETITS PAYSANS DANS LA RECHERCHE AGRICOLE POUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT: POURQUOI? COMMENT?
ESAFF Annual Report 2011-2012
This is the audited report of ESAFF for the year 2012. The accounts were audited by Trion and Co. Certified Public Accounts as per ESAFF constitution article 10.5
From the initiation of CAADP at regional level and even at national level, ESAFF Uganda picks very keen interest since it was having the issues of the small scale farmers in its interest. ESAFF Uganda then analyzed the CAADP and DISP to find joint avenues
CAADP is a recently-ignited process dating back to 2003. It is an attempt to do something about agricultural productivity and growth, and aims to transform policy and practice, as to improve, coordination, knowledge and ways of working.
Study report of the desktop analysis on the implementation of the Compressive African Agriculture Development Program (CAADP), and participation of small scale farmers in Uganda
This study is based on the desktop analysis on the implementation of the Comprehensive African Agriculture Development program (CAADP) in the East Africa Community, particularly in Tanzania to assess its implementation status and level of participation of
This is brief report highlights the meeting between small scale farmers and policy makers from the Ministry of Agriculture and convey small scale farmers’ perception on the government ongoing initiatives to improve the livelihood of Tanzanians
Proposal calling for the EALA’s Committee on Agriculture, Tourism and Natural Resource (ATNR) to partner with small-scale farmers in the EAC to increase agricultural productivity through the CAADP process
This is the audited report which explains about ESAFF income and expenditure for the year 2010/2011
In April 24th, 2012, ESAFF farmer leaders from 13 member countries in Eastern and Southern Africa, met and interacted members of parliament of the East Africa Legislative Assembly (EALA) a commitee of Agriculture, Tourism and Natural Resources (ATNR)
This report explains about major activities performed by ESAFF and its members in the year 2010/2011. The report highlight the major accomplishment, deviations, lessons learnt, challenges faced and provides a glimpse on the future plans in the year 2012.
Eastern and Southern Africa Small Scale Farmers Forum (ESAFF) presents implementation report and the audited financial statements for the year ended 31st August, 2011. This is the third year of the Implementation of the Strategic Plan 2008-2011
ESAFF Strategic Plan 2011-2014 highlights the main focus of activities of the organisation and its priorities in the coming three years
This evaluation report discusses the purpose, methodology, findings and recommendations of an evaluation of the three-year Eastern and Southern African Small Scale Farmers’ Forum (ESAFF) Strategic Plan 2008-2010.
31/08/2011 - Small scale farmers concern about food security and food sovereignity in ESA region and here is the ESAFF Declaration on policies and investiment in agriculture in the region
Africa Act Now for the Horn of Africa FINAL
This is the annual report of ESAFF Activities. It contains information about achievements of the planned activities, challenges and lesson leant. The report has two parts Narrative and Financial Report
This is the audited report of ESAFF for the year 2010. The accounts were audited by Trion and Co. Certified Public Accounts as per ESAFF constitution article 10.4.3 AUDIT AND CONTROL (a) At least once in every year the accounts of the Organisation shall be examined and audited to ascertain the correctness of the income and expenditure account and balance sheet by one or more properly qualified Auditor or Auditors. (b) The books of account shall be kept at the registered office of the Organisation, or at such other place or places as the Board think fit, and shall at all reasonable times be open for inspection by
Climate change affect small scale farmers diffrently and seriously. Is in the light of this fact that ESAFF Uganda organised a workshop to share experience among farmers in Eastern and Southern Africa. The workshop was held in Uganda in July 2010.
ESAFF Annual Report explaining about the activities carried, success, challenges and plans...
ESAFF PELUM Workshop 2005
OD FINAL REPORT ON THE 2006 ESAFF WORKSHOP, MOROGORO
Mountains and Farmers Report Tanzania
What farmers say Moses Shaha Mission from Kenya to Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi - Chronology.
Food Security HIV Report Final Draft 23 November.
ESAFF Strategic Plan 2009-2011
Registration Certificate - ESAFF
Call for Constancy work To Support for the development of a PETS (PSAM) Training Manual and Budget Monitoring Tools for Smallholder farmers in East Africa Countries
CSOs root for increased agriculture financing in EAC
ESAFF Strategic Plan 2014-2016
ESAFF January 2015 e-newsletter
Communique: SADC Resources for SADC Citizens
ESAFF Annual Report 2015
Annual Report 2015
Term of Reference for Evaluation of the Implementation of INVOLVE project
ESAFF 2014-2015 Financial Statements
South African Food Sovereignty Campaign on new seed bill