GACSA and Farming First supporters  have come together to share their stories of success.

 Explore 15 GACSA new case studies from all over the world, in which farmers are learning to grow more food, become more resilient to a changing climate and minimise their own agricultural emissions.

Ghana & Kenya 

Putting Rainfall and Weather Data into Farmers’ Hands (aWhere) 

Bangladesh

Input and Extension Bundle Boosts Yields (Bangladesh Institute of ICT in Development - BIID)

 

Global

Plant Clinics Help Farmers to Lose Less and Grow More (Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International -CABI)

 

Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Democratic Republic Of Congo

The Power of Intercropping Banana and Coffee (CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security -CCAFS)

 

Columbia

Enhancing Rice Productivity through Big Data Approaches (International Center for Tropical Agriculture - CIAT)

 

Global

Tool To Help Global Farms Keep Their Cool (Cool Farm Alliance)

 

Costa Rica

Keeping Banana Farmers on Track with Weather Data (Costa Rica) 

Gambia

Drought Tolerance Tools Boost Yields and Resilience (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations -FAO)

Lesotho, Malawi, Swaziland and South Africa

Measuring Vulnerability to Climate Change in Southern Africa (Food, Agriculture, Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network - FANRPAN)

Canada

Nitrous Oxide Emission Reduction Protocol (Fertilizer Canada)

Global

Choosing the Tools to Fight Climate Change Globally (International Food Policy Research Institute - IFPRI)

 

South Asia

Helping Farmers Reach Better Decisions for Fertilizer Use (International Plant Nutrition Institute - IPNI)

 

Ireland

The Beef Data and Genomics Programme (Ireland) 

Nepal

Farmers Learn to Turn Waste into Fertilizer (Ithaka Institute) 

 

Netherlands

Agro Covenant on Target in the Netherlands (Land-en Tuinbouw Organisatie - LTO)

Mexico

CO2 Coffee Project  (Rainforest Alliance)

 

Latin America and The Caribbean

Restoring 20 Million Hectares of Degraded Land (World Resources Institute -- WRI)