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Resilience Workshop PELUM-Kenya Flickr Album Gallery Pro Powered By: Weblizar The PELUM-Kenya, one of the EOA partners under the SSNC supported wing of the EOA Initiative recently organized for a TOT workshop on resilience thinking in agroecology. In this context, resilience refers to the ability of a system to maintain it’s functions and structure after […]

The world´s leading trade fair for organic food, BioFach was held between the 14th and 17th of February 2019 in Nuremberg Germany. BIOFACH Exhibition Centre in Nuremberg is the place where people share their passionate interest in organic food, get to know each other and exchange views, and this has happened since 1990. It is […]

On 12th of November 2017, the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movement (IFOAM) General Assembly in India elected a new World Board for the tenure 2017 to 2020. To Biovision Africa Trust, this was no ordinary election. Dr. David Amudavi the BvAT Executive Director was elected to join the World Board of IFOAM. This was […]

NAIROBI September 21, 2016 — The Ecological Organic Agriculture (EOA) Initiative has trained its partners in East Africa on project and financial management. The workshop in Nairobi was attended by 36 participants drawn from 4 Eastern Africa countries of Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda. Addressing the participants, Dr David Amudavi, the EOA Project Coordinator and […]

COTONOU March 30, 2016 — West African partners of the Ecological Organic Agriculture Initiative (EOA) have been trained on technical and financial management. The three-day training brought together 23 participants responsible for the technical and financial management of the project from Mali, Senegal, Benin, Nigeria and Kenya. “This workshop is part of our continuous efforts […]

NAIROBI November 25, 2015 – Representatives of organisations involved in the Ecological Organic Agriculture Initiative (EOA) have benefited from training in Project and Financial Management. The training of the 18 project officers, drawn from six African countries, was meant to strengthen their capacities to coordinate and manage EOA Initiative project activities in transparent, effective and […]

NAIROBI May 2014 — A new initiative has been launched to promote ecological organic agriculture across Africa. Ecological Organic Agriculture (EOA) is set to be implemented in 8 African countries – Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Nigeria. It is a response to the African Union Heads of State and Government Decision on organic agriculture that specifically […]

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) publishes proceedings of the plenary presentations of the 3rd African Organic Conference titled ‘Achieving Social and Economic Development in Africa through Ecological and Organic Agricultural Alternatives’ The publication, Achieving Social and Economic Development in Africa through Ecological and Organic Agricultural alternatives, is a follow up to […]

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