Million Belay is coordinator of the Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa.
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
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