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Year: 2016

In a country like Uganda where 80% of the population relies upon agriculture for its livelihood, putting agriculture at the heart of plans for climate change adaptation is essential, for which there is full political support.

Year: 2016

The team leader of the Evaluation of FAO’s contribution to Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation (CCAM), Mr. Ashwin Bhouraskar, explains how FAO has contributed worldwide to address climate change. Watch the video to learn more about the evaluation main findings and recommendations. 
The FAO Deputy Director General and the Director of FAO Climate and Environment Division provide their comments and reveal that FAO is committed to create a climate change corporate strategy by the end of 2016.

The full evaluation report is available for free download at: http://www.fao.org/evaluation/en/

Year: 2016

Bangladesh, being one of the most vulnerable countries in the light of climate change, is experiencing dynamic changes in agricultural practice. The video focuses on the how the changes in the environment is shaping farmer’s attitude in and out the field. Government of Bangladesh has been taking precautionary measures by helping the farmers to cope with the issues – more particularly focused on the climate change.

Year: 2016

When Mrs Ssekide, a smallholder farmer in rural Uganda, joined the Balyejjusa farmer field school, she soon became convinced of its benefits and persuaded her husband to join too. In this video, she tells the story of their success in working as a team. In Uganda, almost 80 percent of households rely upon agriculture for their livelihood, and following her example could prove highly beneficial for the nation’s well being.

Year: 2016

Madagascar occupe actuellement le 5ème rang mondial des pays les plus exposés aux risques dus au changement climatique et le 1er pays exposé en Afrique. Durant 30 ans depuis 1980, des aléas naturels notamment des sécheresses, tremblements de terre, épidémies, inondations, cyclones et températures extrêmes, ont causé des dommages économiques de plus de 1 milliard USD à Madagascar et le secteur agricole est parmi les secteurs durement touchés.