FOLU member organization representatives,government officials and stakeholders in Mombasa County, English Point Marina

AWAK, a proud member of FOLU, took part in the Food and Land Use Coalition Kenya (FOLU) workshop, a pivotal event aimed at shaping Kenya’s Food Systems and Land Use Action Plan for the years 2024-2030, to represent the voices and concerns of smallholder farmers. The event unfolded as a platform to present comprehensive findings on Kenya’s food and land use challenges. It was a gathering of minds, where consensus was forged on the critical priorities concerning food and land use.

Why FOLU Matters to AWAK:

For AWAK, being part of FOLU is more than a partnership; it’s a commitment to sustainable agriculture and the well-being of smallholder farmers. This collaboration underscores the collective effort to tackle the pressing challenges of our time – from climate change impacts to ensuring food security for all.

The Road Ahead:

The Action Plan, a product of rigorous collaboration and extensive research, sets the stage for transformative changes in Kenya’s food and land use sector. AWAK believes that sustainable agriculture, coupled with strategic land use practices, is the cornerstone of a resilient future.

As FOLU members, we take pride in our role as catalysts for change. We envision a future where smallholder farmers thrive, where sustainable practices are the norm, and where food security is a reality for every Kenyan.

The FOLU workshop was a testament to the power of collective action. AWAK remains steadfast in its commitment to driving positive change in agriculture. With the 2024-2030 Food Systems and Land Use Action Plan, we stride confidently into a future where sustainability and food security go hand in hand.

In AWAK, we stand united for a brighter, greener, and more prosperous Kenya. #foodsystem #landuse #foodsecurity #AWAKforChange

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