The East African Legislative Assembly (Eala) has tasked regional member countries to allocate more resources into the agricultural sector.
The legislators sitting in Zanzibar further said that member states should also ensure that the legal and regulatory frameworks that are responsive to the needs of the smallholder farmers, youth and women are catered for.
Uganda’s Representative Mr Mike Sebalu said the relations between the Assembly and farmers’ organisations were very cordial and that the voice of the farmers continued to be championed by EALA. Read more. Source | Daily Monitor