The Global Alliance for Climate Smart Agriculture (GACSA) recognizes that knowledge is a key factor for achieving transformation of food systems in the context of climate change, as it enables farmers, researchers, policymakers and other stakeholders to make informed decisions and adopt appropriate practices.

Knowledge can be generated, shared and applied through various means, such as participatory research, extension services, farmer-to-farmer learning, information and communication technologies, and policy dialogues.

By fostering knowledge creation and dissemination, GACSA helps address the complex and context-specific challenges posed by climate change and food security through facilitating dialogue, partnership and co-learning among its members and stakeholders.

By sharing best practices, innovations and evidence-based solutions, GACSA can help create transformational partnerships and scale up CSA actions at global, regional and national levels.

For these reasons, GACSA has created several materials that you can find here:

GACSA CSA Document | GACSA Governance Documents | CSA PublicationsCase Studies | Videos