Le Centre technique de coopération agricole et rurale (CTA) confirme sa fermeture pour la fin 2020.

Charlie Pye-Smith

Freelance writer

Freelance writer, specialising in issues related to the environment, conservation, agriculture and development

Charlie Pye-Smith



  1. Promoting climate-smart farming in sub-Saharan Africa

    Climate-smart agricultural innovations and policies are helping farmers to increase their resilience in the face of more frequent and adverse weather variabilities. As this booklet shows, projects supported by CTA in Eastern and Southern Africa are assisting pastoralists and smallholder farmers adapt to climate change by adopting a number of important measures.

  2. How farmers are making the most of digital technologies in East Africa

    Information and communication technologies (ICTs) offer unprecedented opportunities to transform agriculture in Africa. ICT innovations are opening up exciting opportunities for young entrepreneurs to engage at various stages of the agricultural value chain, from developing solutions that make the agri-food sector more productive to setting up services that facilitate market access for smallholder producers.

  3. Climate solutions that work for farmers

    Smallholder farmers in developing countries are likely to be among the people hardest hit by climate change because of agriculture’s dependence on weather and the low level of resilience of farming to climate variability and change.


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