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2015

Integrating Climate Resilience into Agricultural and Pastoral Production for Food Security in Vulnerable Rural Areas through the Farmers Field School Approach (Niger)

Niger

Organisation des Nations Unies pour l’Alimentation et l’Agriculture (FAO)
Fonds pour l’Environnement Mondial (FEM)

Titre : Integrating Climate Resilience into Agricultural and Pastoral Production for Food Security in Vulnerable Rural Areas through the Farmers Field School Approach (Niger)

Pays /Région : Niger

Dates : From : 15/01/2015 // To : 14/01/2019

Présentation
To enhance the capacity of Niger’s agricultural and pastoral sectors to cope with climate change, by mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) practices and strategies into on-going agricultural development policies and programmes. THe proejct aims to do this by helping stakeholders adopt a field-based, pragmatic community learning process that leads to increased understanding, adaptation and eventual wide-scale adoption of improved agro-pastoral practices, which in turn helps to increase production, improving livelihoods and enhancing food and nutrition security.

Agences de Mise en œuvre  : Ministry of Agriculture and Husbandry (MAE) in collaboration with "Conseil National de l’Environnement et du Développement

Financement
Funding source (Trust Fund) : Least Developed Countries Fund
GEF Grant Amount : 3,800,000
Co-financing Amount : 13,958,871

FAO - FEM

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