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Yvonne Kiki Nchanji (CIFOR)

Photo Yvonne Kiki Nchanji (CIFOR)

July 30, 2015

Social networking for climate change adaptation in Cameroon (and it’s not Twitter)

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Written by Yvonne Kiki Nchanji (CIFOR) It has an on-ground social networking system that could be harnessed to spread knowledge about climate change—in much the same way as the viral world of the Internet. And while helping Cameroon’s informal networks go ‘viral’ may be possible, a recent study from the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) indicates that much needs… Read more »

photo Albert Gonzalez Farran - UNAMID

Photo photo Albert Gonzalez Farran - UNAMID

March 19, 2015

West and Central African Countries build capacity in quinoa production and Post-harvest Management

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Crop experts from seven countries exchange and learn new crop systems By FAO About 14 research and extension workers from Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Niger, Senegal, Chad, Togo and Ghana attended a 5-day workshop at Dodowa in the Greater Accra Region (Ghana), from 9 to 12 march 2015. The regional training workshop, organized by FAO, focused… Read more »

J.L. Urrea (CCAFS)

Photo J.L. Urrea (CCAFS)

November 20, 2014

FANRPAN’s research findings on climate change adaptation

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On the 1st of October 2014, FANRPAN officially launched three research reports on climate change adaptation in Southern Africa. The reports were a review of research and policies for climate change adaptation in the agriculture, health and urban sectors in Southern Africa. They were launched by His Royal Highness, Prince Seeiso Bereng Seeiso of the… Read more »

James Hansen

Photo James Hansen

Rain Gauges: Helping farmers adapt to droughts and floods

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Piku Laar is a 35-year-old farmer and petty trader from Farfar community in Garu-Tempane District in the Upper East Region of Ghana. His livelihood is being affected by erratic rainfall brought on by climate change. To help him increase his crop yields, he needs to be able to better predict when and how much rain… Read more »

Hoima Uganda ( CCAFS)

Photo Hoima Uganda ( CCAFS)

October 21, 2014

Food production, climate change and gender

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A new research reveals women’s lack of ownership of productive land, and access to agriculture service organisations in West and East Africa are indeed affecting their ability to build a climate-resilient future. The capacity to adapt to climate change, and sustain livelihoods, relates to the extent to which people interact with, and benefit from, social… Read more »

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