Alliance For Food Sovereignty in Africa | Land Portal | Protegendo os direitos da terra através de dados abertos
Acronym: 
AFSA
Focal point: 
Million Belay (Coordinator)
Phone number: 
+256 414 499 169

Localização

Plot 266 Buye, Kigowa, Ntinda
Kampala
Uganda
Kampala UG
Postal address: 
P.O.Box 571 Kampala, Uganda
Working languages: 
inglês
português
francês

The Alliance For Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA) is a Pan African platform representing small holder farmers, pastoralists, hunter/gatherers, indigenous peoples, citizens and environmentalists from Africa who possess a strong voice that shapes policy on the continent in the area of community rights, family farming, promotion of traditional knowledge and knowledge systems, the environment and natural resource management.

AFSA is championing Small African Family Farming/Production Systems based on agro-ecological and indigenous approaches, that sustain food sovereignty and the livelihoods of communities. AFSA is also resisting the corporate industrialisation of African agriculture which will result in massive land grabbing, destruction of indigenous biodiversity and ecosystems, displacement of indigenous peoples especially the pastoral communities and hunter gatherers and the destruction of their livelihoods and cultures.

Alliance For Food Sovereignty in Africa Resources

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Relatórios e Pesquisa
Novembro 2017
África

Identifies the drivers of the land use changes that have displaced millions of rural people and continue to threaten millions more – particularly women; it unpacks the key land policy guidelines and why they have so far failed to ‘stick’ on the ground, and it sets out 14 actions to get to grips with the problem and push forward community land rights across Africa.

Relatórios e Pesquisa
Janeiro 2015
África

The lobby to industrialise food production in Africa is changing seed and land laws across the continent to serve agribusiness corporations. The end goal is to turn what has long been held as a commons into a marketable commodity that the private sector can control and extract profit from at the expense of smallholder farmers and communities.

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