About 70% of the population in the world get their food from small-scale food producers, small scale farmers, pastoralists, fishers, hunters and gatherers. Small-scale farming has been recognised as the key to ending poverty. The Marracuene Agroecology pilot, started in June 2015 in Mozambique. It is unique, sustainable and focuses on agroecological production, increasing the autonomy of local communities, putting farmers in the “driving seat” of decision-making.
This video is a collaboration of More and Better, Heidehof Stiftung and the Center for Agroecology, Water and Resilience (CAWR) of the Coventry University