State of Knowledge on CSA in Africa: Synthesis of Regional Case Studies

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The adverse impacts of climate change and variability are a threat to the ecosystems and livelihoods of communities in Africa. Severe droughts, floods and extreme weather events are occurring with greater frequency and intensity in the region. The opportunity offered by Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) gives the possibility of simultaneously raising productivity, enhancing resilience and mitigating carbon emissions. The primary purpose of the study was to identify and document the best practices of CSA that can be shared and scaled up and out in order to mitigate the effects of climate change on food security and livelihoods.

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