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Insights of COP28

Amidst Criticism, COP28 in UAE Shows Promise for Food and Agriculture We had the honor of attending COP28 in Dubai as observers, and despite initial skepticism, we came away impressed by the positive tone and the tangible progress made on food and agriculture. Despite the host country’s controversies, the conference brought together over 100,000 people from diverse sectors, including

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COP28 + Impact

Hi,When cycling we knew that this is not only about us, but about sharing the findings and learnings with others.Since we will be participating at COP28, we invite you and would love you to register and participate in the event on December 4th 10:00 – 10:45 Dubai time.In this presentation we will be sharing the

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Exploring Farms in Rwanda: Cycling in the Country of Thousand Hills

It’s been a few weeks since we left Rwanda, but the memories of our cycling adventure through the “Land of a Thousand Hills” still linger in our minds. The experience was unlike any other, with its hilly landscapes, smooth roads, and the sight of countless people cycling effortlessly up and down the hills on vintage

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Exploring Somalia for the first time: From City Life to Farm Adventures and Festive Celebrations

Over the past few weeks, we have been somewhat absent from our usual channels as I (Aisha) embarked on an unique and unforgettable journey to Somalia, a country that has experienced its fair share of instabilities and is often misunderstood and underestimated due to its instability. I had always dreamed of visiting and sharing my

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Kenyan People Unite in Protest Against Skyrocketing Prices and Food Insecurity

This afternoon, we stumbled upon a protest in Homa Bay (see the video below). We saw people raising branches, cooking spoons, and some even holding stones. While it was a peaceful protest, we saw in the people’s eyes that they were losing their patience. Out of total despair, the people have taken to the streets

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Learnings from Regenerative Farms in Kenya 🚴🏾‍♀️ 👩🏾‍🌾 Part II

In the second part of our blog series, we continued our journey across Kenya, visiting farms and learning about regenerative practices that help farmers cope with the effects of climate change. During this part of the journey, we also had the opportunity to see wildlife up close! Our fifth stop was in Kipkelion, Kenya, where

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