Award for Biovision Africa Trust

Our partner, the Biovision Africa Trust has won top prize in the Media Partner category of the 2015 Access Agriculture Awards. Many congratulations!

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A step forward for agroecology in Africa

The First FAO African Agroecology Symposium took place on 5-6 November in Dakar, the capital city of Senegal. Actors from a wide range of sectors came together to share ideas and experiences and to discuss opportunities to strengthen agroecology on the continent. Biovision Foundation and its partner organisations Biovision Africa Trust and The Millennium Institute made an active contribution to the symposium’s programme.

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Women take over above Morogoro

The steep slopes of the Uluguru mountains in the Tanzanian region Morogoro are certainly not ideal for farming, and even travelling up there in a four-wheel drive is quite adventurous. But once you reach Towelo Village halfway up, it is wonderful to meet the happy people and admire their fertile terraced slopes with plenty of produce. And then there is another surprise in store.

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10th anniversary of the Cabesi Project – cause for celebration

Beekeepers in West Pokot have enthusiastically celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Cabesi Project. This project has made a significant contribution to improving the lives of people in this arid region of North West Kenya.

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Biovision appointed to Advisory Committee of UN Programme for Sustainable Food Systems

Biovision Foundation is one of four NGOs appointed for a two-year term to the Advisory Committee of the UN Programme for Sustainable Food Systems. In this role, it will press for the implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 2 through ecological development.

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