Tanzania Organic Agriculture Movement (TOAM), Announces Exciting & Engaging Third National Ecological Organic Agriculture Conference (III- NAEOAC)

Tanzania Organic Agriculture Movement (TOAM) Yatangaza Mkutano Wa Tatu Wa KIitaifa Wa Kilimo Hai (III- NEOAC)

The 3rd National Ecological Organic Agriculture Conference

The National Steering Committee (NSC) organising for the Third National Ecological Organic Agriculture Conference (III-NAEOAC) to be held from 8th to 9th November 2023 invites calls for paper abstracts and exhibitions from interested researchers and practitioners


You will be notified through your email or phone number once registration is confirmed


The conference is divided into general objectives and specific objectives


To catalyse the existing initiatives and processes to further move EOA from dialogue to actions and results at the country level by providing a platform for sharing relevant information and experiences, and discussing policy related issues and actions that can support EOA in achieving the SDGs.


To assess the implementation progress of the 2021 NAEOA conference’s deliberations “Stakeholders Call for Action (2021-EOA-SC4A)”

To significantly contribute in addressing key policy issues including developing framework for operationalizing the NAEOA strategy under development.

To share relevant knowledge and experiences across the country, the continent and beyond for wider adoption and scale-up of AE/EOA in the country.

To widen stakeholders’ understanding of technological regimes globally and their implications to the farming communitiesv


Technological development

its implications to the farming communities.

Sustainable Seeds and Food Sovereignty

Achieving resilient and sustainable production of seeds and food

Agrobiodiversity and Improved Nutrition

its implications to the farming communities.

Policy frameworks environment and sustainable food production systems

Types of Abstracts for papers and exhibitions

The conference will be hybrid to provide an opportunity for researchers and academia to present their work and for farmers, practitioners and policymakers to share their experiences and/or advocate for certain interventions and pathways. The conference will therefore accept abstracts and posters within the following categories:

Traditional academic/research abstracts

Practitioners’ views and experiences

Policy briefs.

Creative arts (spoken word, animations, music, graffiti, dance, paintings etc.)


Abstract structure for paper submissions


Significance (of the research or issue)

Methodology/approach (used to gather the data or information)

Results (key findings or experiences)

Conclusion (final verdict and recommendations)

Abstracts: Number of words: 500, Font: Times New Roman, Size:12, spacing 1.5

Full Papers: Number of words: 7000-8000, Font: Times New Roman, Size:12, spacing 1.5

Submission deadline

PLEASE submit your proposal through or