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Ask 90-year-old Rammitsane Matela how climate conditions have changed over the years for the farmers in the fields of rural Lesotho and he does not need to stretch his memory far to find the answer. "Heavy rains and drought are things...

Experts from the Eastern Africa sub-region have launched a new climate-smart agriculture platform that will aid in scaling up climate-smart agriculture (CSA) practices in the region. The Platform will support East African countries to address sub-regional issues related to Climate-smart...

An ambitious five-year project on integrated natural resources management in drought-prone and salt-affected areas is on its way to take-off, thanks to US$ 11 million in financing from the Global Environment Facility (GEF). The FAO project will assist Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan,...

Cairo - Rapid population growth in the Near East and...

Lilongwe Malawi - A Climate Smart Agriculture project in Malawi has generated strong evidence on the determinants of adoption of agricultural practices contributing to adaptation to climatic changes such as legume intercropping, minimum soil disturbance, soil and water conservation, tree planting,...

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