C.Schubert (CCAFS)

Photo C.Schubert (CCAFS)

Farmers use soil and water management practices to respond to changing rainfall patterns

Investment in appropriate and affordable rainwater harvesting and soil conservation measures are crucial to address crop and livestock production constraints in drylands. y This blog post was written by John Recha, Philip Kimeli, Vivian Atakos (CCAFS East Africa) Y y yIn semi-arid eastern Kenya, farmers Peter and Ruth Nguli continue to witness an increasingly dry and… Read more »

P. Casier (CGIAR)

Photo P. Casier (CGIAR)

Reviving Lake Victoria by Restoring Livelihoods

 This blog was originally published on the World Bank website, for more information click here   STORY HIGHLIGHTS Lake Victoria is the largest freshwater body in Africa and the largest inland fishery in the world, supporting over 40 million inhabitants, nearly 50% of them live with less than $1.25/day. The Lake Victoria Environmental Management Project… Read more »

C.Schubert (CCAFS)

Photo C.Schubert (CCAFS)

Climate change learning alliance goes into action

Post by John Francis Okiror and Rebecca Nabatanz Kampala, Uganda, 11 August 2015 – A learning alliance that brings together policymakers, researchers, and development practitioners to influence effective policy formulation and implementation on climate change and food security kicks off its activities with a two-day planning meeting on 13-14 August. in Kampala, Uganda. During the meeting, members of… Read more »

Tanzania Country CSA Program – National Validation Workshop

The Government of Tanzania through the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives (MAFC); and the Vice President’s Office (VPO) under the guidance of a multidisciplinary team of experts drawn from relevant Tanzania (Mainland and Zanzibar) Ministries and Departments, Agencies, Civil Society Organization (CSOs), Private Sectors, Researchers and Academia; with technical and financial support from… Read more »