GM food and Nigerian promoters

AFSA Chair Mariann Bassey-Orovwuje hit back at press attacks on civil society activists, and cited massive conflict of interest by biosafety regulators. —— I read with amusement the off-the-wall allegations against the anti-gmo activists in a write up posted on News … Continued

Addis Ababa Declaration on Agroecology, Ecological Organic Agriculture and Food Sovereignty: The Way Forward for Nutrition and Health in Africa

November, 2016 Background We, representatives of civil society organizations, farmers, fisherfolk, pastoralists, indigenous peoples, consumers, youth networks, women’s networks, food processors, practitioners, government, academics and researchers, recognizing that food systems in Africa have dramatically changed over the last century, gathered … Continued

AGROECOLOGY: the bold future of farming in Africa

  The Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA) today launched a publication highlighting the huge potential of agroecology to feed Africa, fix broken food systems and repair damaged landscapes, providing abundant healthy and nutritious food sustainably while increasing incomes … Continued

AFSA Membership Rises to 30!

The Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa held its 2016 Annual General Meeting at Friendship International Hotel in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. As part of the renewal of the alliance members admitted four organizations to AFSA membership. AFSA has different membership … Continued