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ESAFF Celebrate 20 Years in Style

27/08/2022 – Dar es salaam, The Eastern and Southern Africa Small Scale Farmers Forum celebrated her 20 years of existence recently. The event reached its climax end of August 2022 in Tanzania. The journey of ESAFF birth started back in 2001 during PELUM’s Biennial General Meeting (BGM) in which members...
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ESAFF Farmers Affirm to Embrace Agroecology

28/08/2022 – Morogoro Smallholder farmers accords Africa have been argued to embrace agroecological farming as agriculture is becoming more expensive and unsustainable. Speaking after the visit at Vianzi SAT agroecology and research center, ESAFF farmer leaders from 14 countries in Eastern and Southern Africa said inorganic fertilizers and hybrid seed...
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SADC Summit Approves SADC Parliament

17/08/2022, Kinshasa The 42nd  Ordinary Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) held in Kinshasa,DRC has approved the agreement to transform the SADC Parliamentary Forum into the SADC Parliament. According to the communique of 17th Augost 2022, the Summit approved and signed...
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Call for Expression of Interest

Call for Expression of Interest for a consultancy work to evaluate implementation and performance of the project titled “Strengthening small scale farmers voices in influencing and monitoring the implementation of the AU Malabo Declaration Goals in Eastern and Southern Africa in short (INFLUENCE III) Background Eastern and Southern Africa Small...
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Experts on why Africa needs indigenous seeds

As climate change is becoming a global threat to agriculture, African countries have been urged to formulate policies, strategies, conduct research and studies to come up with the best indigenous seeds that will enable improved agroecology and increase value on the continent, a meeting heard yesterday. A senior agriculture officer...
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