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A flyer looking at the 5 implementation steps of Climate-Smart Agriculture and the Sustainable Development Goals, as well as the synergies & Trade-offs.

Two Maasai pastoralists have been instrumental in boosting small-scale subsistence agriculture and improving the nutrition and health of their families and communities in Kajiado County.

The adoption of climate-smart agriculture (CSA) practices requires appropriate institutional and governance mechanisms to facilitate the dissemination of information and to ensure broad participation by relevant stakeholders and targeted beneficiaries. Among the drivers influencing CSA adoption, the understanding of how gender could influence the effectiveness of these instruments is capturing increasing attention in the literature. The aim of this note is to provide some insight on the data and tools necessary when dealing with the analysis of the effects of CSA on food security, focusing on a gender perspective.

This brief summarises the results of a recent analysis of a nationally representative farm household survey in Malawi. It has been linked with climate data to assess the impact of climate variability on farm household welfare, the patterns of diversification farmers adopt, and how different policy factors such as fertilizer subsidies, extension services and credit can affect diversification choices and ultimately welfare patterns.
climate variability on farm household welfare, the patterns of diversification farmers
adopt, and how different policy factors such as fertilizer subsidies, extension services
and credit can affect diversification choices and ultimately welfare patterns. We

CSA Sourcebook: Executive summary and CD-ROM

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