Why engage the public with food security?
Science cafes; these will be organized in casual places like restaurants, pubs and coffeehouses, they are pen to everyone to engage with scientists on food security,
It will help local people to connect with experts and share ideas on food security
This is a platform that brings people from different back ground of life to discuss and resolve an issue (food security) in order to jointly produce a mutually valued outcome.
It is very important to have ideas of other stakeholders’ minds.
Big Picnic: scientists, policy makers and other stake holders come together, learn from each other as they discuss food security (one of the most challenges facing the planet)
Big picnic will work with the public to open up the debate n the future of our food
The project will encourage collaboration & conversation to build public understanding f food security issues and enable adults and young people and articulate their views to decision makers
Establishing of centralized demo-sites
One demo-site will be established at TBG offices in Fort Portal and 6 others at 6 primary schools in the 3 first implementing sub-counties
In the above sites, vegetables f different types and food crops will be grown and maintained as learning sites to the public
Food Basket exhibitions;
These are farmers and other stakeholders’ events organized for food security knowledge sharing and show casing technologies applied to farming more applicable t all