"[The farmers in Burkina Faso] may not know the term Food Sovereignty, but it’s a question of having a choice, to produce what we can eat—which is appropriate—and eat what we produce, and that will contribute to the local economy."

Fatou Batta works for Groundswell in Burkina Faso. In this video she talks about her work helping to build networks of small-scale farmers (many of whom are women) who understand agroecological techniques for low-input farming.

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