The Urban Agriculture Magazine (UA Magazine) facilitates sharing of information on the impacts of urban agriculture, promotes analysis and debate on critical issues for development of the sector, and publishes “good” practices in urban agriculture. The UA Magazine is produced under the RUAF programme From Seed to Table (FStT), funded by DGIS (Netherlands) and IDRC (Canada).
|The main aim of the RUAF-FStT programme is to contribute to urban poverty reduction, urban food security, improved urban environmental management, empowerment of urban producers and participatory city governance. It does this by developing capacities of local stakeholders and urban producers in urban agriculture, facilitating participatory and multi-stakeholder policy formulation and action planning on urban agriculture, and stimulating market chain development and organisation of urban producers.|
The UA Magazine is published two times a year on the RUAF website (www.ruaf.org) and in hardcopy version. This English version is translated into Spanish, French, Arabic, Chinese and Portuguese.
The UA Magazine welcomes contributions on new initiatives at individual, neighbourhood, city and national levels. Attention is given to technical, socio-economic, institutional and policy aspects of sustainable urban food production, marketing, processing and distribution systems. Although articles on any related issue are welcome and considered for publication, each UA Magazine focuses on a selected theme.
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for previous issues, visit: http://www.ruaf.org/publications/magazines or www.ruaf.org