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Time to transition to agroecology in Africa

It is time for African governments to step back from the failing Green Revolution and chart a new food system that respects local cultures and communities by promoting low-cost, low-input ecological agriculture.

September 24, 2021

Africa Says, “I Can’t Breathe”: An African Civil Society Perspective on Systemic Racism

A cohort of actors including philanthrocapitalists, aid agencies, governments, academic institutions, and embassies are all working to make this narrative a reality. They talk about transforming African agriculture but what they are doing is creating a market for themselves cleverly couched in a nice sounding language.

August 5, 2020

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Agroecology as a Pathway Towards Food Sovereignty in Ethiopian Forest Communities

I think that agroecology can be the solution to many woes of forest communities in the southwestern part of Ethiopia for the reasons mentioned above and more.

July 24, 2019