Key Messages of AFRICAP at #COP26

At AFRICAP, our aim is to make agriculture and food production in sub-Saharan Africa more productive, sustainable and resilient to climate change. We are working on creating an evidence base to underpin new country-specific policies in agriculture and food production. These policies will be piloted and evaluated in large-scale test sites to enable fast implementation …

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Biodiversity, crop yields and climate change: Webinar recap, recording and slides

Climate risks pose unprecedented threats to agricultural food production. While farmers cope by making adjustments to farm management practices and by adopting new Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA) practices, resulting transformations in agricultural landscapes are likely to affect agricultural biodiversity, food system sustainability and resilience. Held on 27 May, Biodiversity, Crop Yields & Climate Change unpacked GCRF …

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Implementing climate-smart agriculture: Webinar recap, recording and slides

The international development and research communities are keenly focused on achieving and upscaling climate-smart agriculture (CSA), with a significant emphasis on delivering benefits to Africa‚Äôs smallholder farmers. Whilst there is a high level of knowledge around what CSA technologies and practices work on the ground, there is still poor understanding of how smallholder farmers can …

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Innovation, inclusivity and capacity-building in climate-smart agriculture

Despite there being a high level of knowledge around what climate-smart agriculture technologies and practises work on the ground, uptake remains low in smallholder farming systems across Africa. Dr Harriet Smith explores AFRICAP research in Tanzania, sharing six key messages for future climate-smart agriculture implementation.