Uplifting food sovereignty movements in Africa
African Centre for Biodiversity (ACB) carries out research, analysis, advocacy, and information sharing to foster and promote informed engagement. ACB both informs and amplifies the voices of social movements fighting for food justice and food sovereignty in Africa.
ACB’s recent resources include:
- Extractive Tourism: A case study of biodiversity conservation in Tanzania, a legacy of gross human rights violations, and what the GBF’s 30×30 Target really means for Africa
- The changing nature of Kenya’s seed sector: lessons from the potato seed industry