Nutritional Food Security

Globally we are in a food crisis and we can only gain NUTRITIONAL Food Security by supporting subsistence and smallholder farmers that farm in a manner that enriches the soil instead of depleting the soil of minerals and nutrients.

As long as we have millions who suffer from hunger, we cannot say that we have fully realised democracy.

Section 27 of the South African Constitution states that all South Africans have the right to adequate food, and that the state should take adequate measures to ensure that this human right is met. But today as many as 14 million South Africans suffer from hunger. In addition, almost half of the population is food insecure. Only 46% of households have secure access to nutritious food every day – less than half of our population.


The South African Food Sovereignty Campaign was launched at an Assembly with over 50 organisations present, to advance a programme of action that challenges the existing injustices of the food system and advances alternatives. Please add your support and read about the true Food Revolution in South Africa



SOW YOUR RESISTANCE with La Via Campesina

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Screen Shot 2015-11-01 at 19.39.20For many years, La Vía Campesina and GRAIN have been telling the world about how the agroindustrial food system causes half of all greenhouse gas emissions. But the world’s governments are refusing to face these problems head on, and the Paris Summit in December is approaching without any effective commitment to doing so on their part.
This new video by La Vía Campesina and GRAIN gives you the information you need to understand how the agroindustrial food system is impacting our climate, and at the same time what we can do to change course and start cooling the planet. And every single one of us is part of the solution!
In the Americas, Asia, Europe and Africa, for many years, we have been criticizing false solutions to climate change like GMOs, the “green” economy, and “climate-smart” agriculture. No two ways about it: the solution to the climate crisis is in the hands of small farmers, along with consumers who choose agroecological products from local markets.  (see more here)

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