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World Food Day Bring back our ancient grains

WORLD FOOD DAY: Bring back our ancient grains

In the build-up to World Food Day on 16 October, and in recognition of the United Nations declaration of 2023 as the International Year of Millets, we’ve launched our campaign to encourage smallholder farmers to grow, harvest, process, eat and share these ancient grains.
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Just Transitions in the SA food system fact sheets

FACT SHEETS | Just Transition and Adaptation in the South African Food System

To support ongoing horizontal learning and education for a Just Transition and Adaptation in the South African Food System, a series of fact sheets was co-developed and produced in five languages – Afrikaans, English, Sepedi, Xhosa and Zulu.
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The last Seed - Durban screening - Biowatch


Join us on 27 September at the Durban screening of The Last Seed, the important, timely and visually stunning documentary feature film we co-produced about the struggle for control of seed in Africa.
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NEW BOOK | Stories of Resilience Built Through Agroecology

Biowatch farmers speak out about living and thriving in troubled times: 2020–2022. The farmers’ voices and stories offered in Biowatch’s new book provide insight into the multiple dimensions in which agroecology builds resilience in the face of intersecting crises – the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdowns, social upheavals, civil unrest, extreme weather events …
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