The video is part of the project "Innovative Conservation Agriculture Approaches: Food Security and Climate Action Through Soil and Water Conservation", funded as ERAfrica initiative facilitated by the Commission for Development Research, Austria.
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Sara Helen Kaweesa is continuing her doctorate at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU). Her thesis on conservation agriculture uses Mid-Northern Uganda as a case study. Prior to that, Sara convened a non-governmental organisation that engages in innovative projects on sustainable development. Sara was a secondary school teacher before furthering her carrier. She holds training certificates from agencies like Tear Fund, UNEP, Oxfam GB and IIED among others. With over thirteen years of work experience, Sara has had influence in several alliances at local, national and global levels. She has widely travelled and spoken at local and international gatherings, in Uganda and abroad. She serves on a few boards and is an alumna of the Tropical Biology Association and the Earth Watch Institute. Sara is a self-motivated woman leader and is such a speaker that often leaves her audience inspired.