Global Justice Now, a social justice organization based in London, England, has just published a report that says “…small-scale farmers are the key to addressing food issues across African countries.” The report From the Roots Up : how agroecology can feed Africa discusses agroecology projects in Tanzania, Cameroon, Uganda, and Ethiopia. The report’s proposals include:

  • Supporting food sovereignty
  • Increasing investment in agroecology
  • Increasing research and evidence base
  • Focusing on small-scale solutions
  • Supporting women farmers.

To read the full report, click here.