Where farmers renew their calling to feed the world

Farmers' Dialogue

Where farmers renew their calling to feed the world

Farmers' Dialogue has grown out of the commitment of many farmers who have found a new purpose through Initiatives of Change. This led them to want to share their experiences as farmers and to search ways to strengthen their commitment to feed the world. They have shown the link between personal change and rural development. The organization of international dialogues has increased the dynamics of this program aiming specifically at farmers.

Who we are
Closing ceremony of the Training session

A network of farmers committed to produce the food needed, to care for natural resources and to be a responsible partner in the policy-decision processes about the future of agriculture.

What we do
(left to right) Norbert SENDEGE - General Director for Agricultural Production - Ministry of Agriculture Rwanda, Jamil SSEBALU - President of the 'Farmers' Dialogue - Africa' Association - Uganda, Didacienne MUKAHABESHIMANA - President of IofC-Ubupfura - Rwanda, Jim WIGAN - Member of the international Farmers' Dialogue coo

Exchanges of experiences between farmers - Farm visits and Dialogues - Mobilisation of an international network of grassroots farmers.

Why Farmers’ Dialogue
The international Farmers' gathering in Bukavu, DR Congo

The world relies on Agriculture to be fed, to eradicate poverty and to protect environment. Farmers can create hope and vision, bring solutions and act on the changes needed personally and globally.


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