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Janeiro 2023
Global

This paper presents lessons of a replicable innovative decision support tool to systematize traditional indigenous
knowledge base for local climate monitoring and weather forecasting. The methodological tool, herein called the
traditional indigenous and local knowledge tool (TILKIT), was conceptualized under two training-of-trainers

Janeiro 2023
Global

Ethiopian agricultural production and productivity are strongly affected by weather and climate. Varying climatic conditions bring disparities in food demand and supply, which constitute a challenge for the integration of climate-smart agriculture in the agriculture mix.

Janeiro 2023
Global

The AWARE platform, a vital component of CGIAR's Climate Resilience initiative, stands as a crucial tool connecting early warning systems, proactive measures, and timely financial interventions.

Janeiro 2023
Estados Unidos

This study utilizes a recursive dynamic general equilibrium model calibrated with data for Tanzania to explore the link between agricultural and rural development spending and four development outcomes: economic growth, job creation, poverty reduction, and diet quality.

Janeiro 2023
Etiópia

The Gender Equality Initiative (HER+) conducts innovative gender and social science research to develop actionable solutions to enhance climate resilience and empowerment of women in Africa and Asia. As one-size-fits-all solutions do not exist, HER+ identifies and develops diverse scenarios for co-creation of bundling socio-technical innovations.

Janeiro 2023
Global

• Agriculture in Africa has untapped potential to meet regional and global food demands, but it faces
challenges like fragmentation, inefficient value chains, and climate shocks. Transforming food systems will
come at a cost.
• There is an opportunity to harness business acceleration as a catalyst for private sector financing food

Janeiro 2023
Global

The AICCRA East and Southern Africa cluster stakeholder consultation meeting was held on September 8th, 2023, at the Eka Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya. The half-day consultation meeting brought together various partners and stakeholders from ESA.
The partner consultation is a critical component of the project development and aimed to:

Janeiro 2023
Etiópia

The highlands of North Shoa in Amhara region are dominated by cereals (wheat, barley and tef) followed by food legumes. The productivity of cereals and food legumes is low due to biotic and abiotic factors as well as insufficient input supplies like planting materials and other inputs.

Janeiro 2023
Marrocos
Estados Unidos

Context and Background Estimating cereal yields in Morocco is still based on the traditional statistical method known as "CCE" crop cutting, which is objective but tedious and requires a lot of logistics, despite the fact that in 2012 a system for predicting cereal yields in Morocco called "CGMS_MA" was introduced to support this method; this system does not allow yields to be estimated at plot

Janeiro 2023
Gana

Farmers in Ghana have suffered from the effects of climate change. These negative effects are more severe among women and youth farming groups. Research in Ghana has been focused on developing climate-smart agriculture (CSA) practices to mitigate the negative effect of climate change on farmers productivity.

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