Africa ReRooted 

By championing projects that promote food sovereignty, we recenter and uplift indigenous and local knowledge, putting control back into the hands of local communities. The programme prioritises localisation, ensuring that food systems are not just sustainable but also deeply intertwined with the cultural, ecological, and economic fabric of the region. 


Their are 3 key pillars that inform our projects under this programme.

Pillar 1: Indigenous and local knowledge systems have historically played a pivotal role in ensuring community resilience and food security.

Pillar 2: The complexities of food systems require an intersectional approach, taking into account the various social, political, and ecological factors at play.

Pillar 3: True sovereignty over food systems can only be achieved when local communities have an amplified voice and central role in how climate risk is defined and responded to.