The discussion underlying this thesis is the EU-EAC Economic Partnership Agreement and its impact on the Right to Food. The EU under the auspice of the Cotonou Agreement is negotiating new trade agreements with its ACP partners such as the East African Community (EAC). A critic on the WTO compatibility of the EPAs is included in this study. The issue of trade and human rights is also a growing concern among the international community. This thesis therefore goes on to address issues such as; the legal imperativeness of the right to food (as defined in the ICESCR) under the EPA and to what extent it has been incorporated in the current EU-EAC EPA framework negotiations and most importantly the resultant impact such a trade agreement would have on the right to food on the East African society. With the possible violation of the right to food, redress is indeed needed, thus the study goes on to discuss the justiciability of this right and the possible remedial avenues.