ABN accompanies Africans in voicing their views on issues such as food and seed sovereignty, genetic engineering, agrofuels, biodiversity protection, extractive industries and the rights of small-holder farmers.We focus on indigenous knowledge, ecological agriculture and biodiversity related rights, policy and legislation. We pioneer culturally-centred approaches to social and ecological problems in Africa through sharing experiences, co-developing methodologies and creating a united African voice on the continent on these issues.

Outstanding Practices in Agroecology 2019

Lush Spring Prize Award 2018

A path to youth leadership

ABN Strategic Plan 2016-2018

Community Seed Knowledge (CSK) documentary

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