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Climate change threatens progress towards improved global food security and poverty eradication. To implement climate action in agriculture, we need to mobilise political will and funding. CTA recognises the particular role of smallholders and indigenous knowledge. That is why we are urging the international community to make sure that climate action in agriculture is inclusive, and also addresses food security.


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One of the most important tasks of the 24th Session of the of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP24) will be to work out and adopt a package of decisions ensuring the full implementation of the Paris Agreement, in accordance with the decisions adopted in Paris (COP21) and in Marrakesh (CMA1.1). Moreover, COP24 will include the so-calle…
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Agrometeorological advisory services for improved climate resilience in Africa

Agriculture is the backbone of Ethiopia and Mali and provides a living for most people in both countries. But climate change is already having an impact on food security as a result of increased extreme events and unpredictable weather patterns. Agrometeorological advisory services are helping some farmers to increase production despite the challenges.

Multi-stakeholder platforms and alliances advance climate-smart agriculture in Africa

Climate-proofing pastoralism in Eastern Africa

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Delivering bundled digital products and services for climate-smart agriculture in Zimbabwe

In Zimbabwe, climate change is emerging as the most serious threat to agriculture. To address the challenge, a leading farmers’ organisation has teamed up with a private sector telecoms company to provide bundled climate-smart agriculture products and services to farmers.

Insurance – saving lives and livelihoods

Coping with climate change in Southern Africa

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Aggregating indigenous and scientific knowledge for better climate adaptation

Climate change poses a major threat to the food security of rural populations in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), where the environment is already severe. The vulnerability of rural communities in the region is particularly acute due to their dependence on rain-fed agriculture and natural resources. To improve the adaptive capacity of farmers in SSA and help protect their livelihoods, it is essential that all of the climate information available is harnessed to help anticipate and respond to climate risks, such as drought or flooding.

Mobilising funds and political will to prompt climate action