Josephine is a social scientist with over 15 years of experience working in the sustainable agricultural sector. She is an expert and advocate for sustainable and healthy food systems and consumption, geared towards improving the livelihoods of farming communities. Amidst a global new normal and increased attention towards finding sustainable solutions to the urgent challenges for the future of food systems and natural resources, as an agroecologist, Josephine is passionate about empowering farming communities, women, and the youth in transforming their livelihoods through the promotion of lasting solutions that agroecological offers.
Josephine Akia Luyimbazi
Josephine Akia Luyimbazi is the Country Coordinator of Participatory Ecological Land Use Management (PELUM) Uganda, a national network of 65 like-minded organisations working together to promote Agroecology in Uganda.