Hunger Politics

This track asks the basic question: why are people hungry?  HOMEF works in the paradigm of food sovereignty and exposes the false premises of food aid and its exploitative and contaminating linkages.

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What’s on Our Plates 2023

What’s on Our Plates 2023

This edition of  “What’s on Our Plates?” highlights the increasing number and distribution of processed food products containing GMOs on our market shelves. The report highlights public perceptions towards GMOs and attitudes toward labeling in...

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Solving the Food and Climate Crises

Solving the Food and Climate Crises

PRACTICAL AGROECOLOGY TRAINING FOR CSOS/TRAINERS Held at the BHF Agroforestry Farm, Kwali, Abuja on 17-18 May 2024 Background The world is currently grappling with two major crises - hunger and climate change - caused significantly by an agricultural model that...

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Dead Fish is not Manna

Fish has both economic and nutritional importance to man and society. This publication aims to bring to the forefront issues that beg attention in the fisheries sector. It discusses pandemic impacts on fisheries, captures the peculiarities and challenges of the fishing industry in Nigeria, and raises our consciousness on happenings around the Niger Delta coastline.

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