Friday, 16 March, 2018
Participants of the FDI Group: Pierre Lokeka (DR Congo) - Rosemary Namatsi (Kenya) - Milton Melingasuk (South Sudan) - Virak Dok & Chum Veuk (Cambodia) - Biplab Mahato and Abhay Shaha (India) - Phil Jefferys (Australia) Yeonyuk Jeong and Dongyeol Lee (Korea) - Jean-Pierre Emeriau and Claude Bourdin (France)

12 members of Farmers’ Dialogue representing eight countries attended the 50th Anniversary of Asia Plateau in Panchgani, India.

Friday, 02 March, 2018

Farmers’ Dialogue has grown out of a commitment to work with farmers in various countries all over the globe: Uganda is no exception!

Monday, 08 January, 2018
Farmers’ Dialogue
DEA - DR Congo

This dialogue was organized by Kenya and DR Congo Farmers Dialogue teams as FDI countries participated in Land and Security Dialogue at Caux, Switzerland in July 2017 which covered ; profitable land restoration, land governance and peace building. It’s aim was to pursue the lessons learned and resolutions made during Caux dialogue by both countries sharing their experiences, innovations and practices on the stated themes as a way of reaching farmers and partners in these countries.

Tuesday, 29 August, 2017
Farmers’ Gathering and Visiting Farms in Korea

Following the Cambodian International Farmers’ Dialogue in 2016, Cambodian farmers learn a lot through an exchange visit with South Korea.

Friday, 05 May, 2017
Coffee and cake after the visit to the pig farm of Wilhelm and Barbara Mues

When German and French farmers meet, they understand that they don’t know each other very well and that they face the same challenges! this is why these exchanges need to be encouraged!
The German version of the report is available.

Monday, 23 January, 2017
Ugandan Farmers’ Dialogue

'The resilience of farmers and the future of ASEAN farmers; Looking forward to sharing, solidarity and cooperation.'

Wednesday, 08 June, 2016
20160612 The UN Drylands Ambassador, Dr David Garrity addressing the conference (Photo by Leela Channer)

The International Dialogue on Land and Security, the first national-level dialogue deriving from the global Caux Dialogue on Land and Security held annually in Switzerland since 2013, was held successfully in Kabarnet, Baringo County,12-15 April 2016.

Wednesday, 08 June, 2016
20160612 The UN Drylands Ambassador, Dr David Garrity addressing the conference (Photo by Leela Channer)

Report of the ‘International Dialogue on Land and Security’,12-15 April, in Kabarnet, Baringo County, Kenya. Enhancing land and water governance for resilient communities In the dryland regions of the North Rift.

Thursday, 21 April, 2016
Jacinta Wanja at the Farmers' Dialogue in India

Jacinta Wanja from Kenya says that the Farmers Dialogues that she has attended have broadened her horizons. 'This is a very cost effective way of spreading new ideas that will increase food production'.

Tuesday, 22 December, 2015
Pierre and Evelyne Lokeka

Pierre Lokeka from the Democratic Republic of Congo is a man with a passionate commitment to his country, a person who cares deeply for those who have suffered. With Italian financial support, he and his friends started the Kitumaini Centre in 2003, to promote agricultural development for people in great difficulty, especially the women who underwent war, violence and rape. Those women left with the children and rejected by their families are the prime focus of this initiative. This story is a significant contribution to the fight against all forms of human evil in order to restore the dignity of human lives.