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The scale is the relationship between the representation of an object on a plan or map, and its size in reality.

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January 2023
Global

Plenary presentation on “Fail to Scale: The persistent Problem of Technology Transfer and Possible Solutions Based on Key Agroecological Principles” – delivered on October 11th.

January 2023
Kenya

The Accelerating Impact of CGIAR Climate Research for Africa (AICCRA) project activities in Kenya are focused on improving the quality of Climate Smart Agricultural (CSA) practices and information services in the Arid and Semi-Arid Land (ASAL) areas of Kenya.

January 2023
Nigeria

The potential for profitable groundwater irrigated area development in Nigeria is 5.04 million hectares (ha), almost all of it located in the country’s central and northern states. To develop this vast area, granular water budgets, financial service provision and support to grow sustainability of production will be needed.

January 2023
Global

While water-energy-food (WEF) Nexus is one of the most important, and widely investigated, environmental topics of our time, previous stock taking efforts possess notable limitations, namely (i) their focus is restricted to research articles, and (ii) there is less focus on nexus permutations that begin with energy and food.

January 2023
Uganda
United States of America
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Belgium
Norway

Context and objectives:Climate extremes associated with wet and dry conditions are one of the main causal elements of the disasters that adversely impact Uganda`s agriculturally based economy. However, the lack of reliable forecast records for wet and dry conditions remains a challenge at a local scale.

January 2023
United States of America

Climate change is hitting hardest some of those already most vulnerable, Rapidly exacerbating inequalities, including gender inequality, Climate action is urgently needed – at scale, and with a gender lens, Growing interest in the potential of social protection, Social protection programs reach billions of resource-poor people globally, Existing vast literature suggests substantial potential

January 2023
Bahrain

In multifunctional landscapes, expanding economic activities jeopardise the integrity of biodiverse ecosystems, generating conservation-development trade-offs that require multi-stakeholder dialogue and tools to negotiate conflicting objectives.

January 2023
Global

Through action research across six anchored countries in Africa, AICCRA aims at scaling access and use of enhanced climate information services (CIS) and evidence-based climate-smart agriculture (CSA) technologies and innovations for effective climate risk management and sustainable productivity improvement in various agricultural value chains and sub-sectors.

January 2023
Kenya

Low- and middle-income countries worldwide share the common challenge of achieving sustainable economic development while reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. This challenge is complex due to the interconnectedness of economic activities, where policies targeting one industry can have ripple effects on others.

January 2023
Global

Maize (Zea mays) stover produced in the drier lowland areas on the volcanic foot slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro serves as an important additional fodder for smallholder zero-grazed dairy cattle farming in the humid highland areas of the region.