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GACSA welcomes new Coordinator Simon Leiva

The Global Alliance for Climate Smart Agriculture Facilitation Unit welcomes a new Coordinator and he tells us about his first impressions, GACSA's greatest value and what's next in a recent interview.
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The Green Climate Fund has launched the GCF Green Champions Awards

The award recognises and promotes the most noteworthy and successful efforts by individuals and organizations fighting climate change in developing countries
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The next three big moves for GACSA's Action Groups

Following GACSA’s Annual Forum in June, the GACSA Facilitation Unit shared three big results and follow up actions of the conference with its members. Now, GACSA members and Action Groups ramp up to begin implementing these next steps.
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Success story from GACSA member Green Impact Trust on partnership and collaboration in Zimbabwe

With the Government of Zimbabwe, UNFCCC and Green Impact Trust and other stakeholders launched a "Developing a Climate Smart Agriculture Manual for University Level and Professional Level Agricultural Education in Zimbabwe"

GACSA is an inclusive, voluntary and action-oriented multi-stakeholder platform on Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA).

Its vision is to improve food security, nutrition and resilience in the face of climate change. GACSA aims to catalyse and help create transformational partnerships to encourage actions that reflect an integrated approach to the three pillars of CSA... 

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12 CSA Briefs 

GACSA's Knowledge Action Group has developed 12 practice and policy briefs for the inception year of the alliance. These practice briefs are just one of many product types in the group's impressive pipeline of scholarship. These briefs are designed to focus on technical documents on specific Climate-Smart Agricultural practices. 

Please click on the links below to read the briefs:

On 19 May 2016, KAG has also presented 4 practices briefs in a webinar ''Practices to Scale-Up Climate-Smart Agriculture''.

Click on the links below to watch the videos.