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May 2015

Shooting climate change with water

Farmers are using water to shoot back at climate change. From Mackakos and Makueni in Kenya to Avaratrambolo in Madagascar, Amhara in Ethiopia, Kibimba and Muhembuzi in Burundi, Amadir and Molqi in Eritrea, Kumi and Mbale in Uganda, and the Central clay plains in Sudan, farmers are minimizing climate-induced risks by harvesting and efficiently using scarce rainwater to grow crops and feed livestock. Read more about Shooting climate change with water

Shooting climate change with water

Farmers are using water to shoot back at climate change. From Mackakos and Makueni in Kenya to Avaratrambolo in Madagascar, Amhara in Ethiopia, Kibimba and Muhembuzi in Burundi, Amadir and Molqi in Eritrea, Kumi and Mbale in Uganda, and the Central clay plains in Sudan, farmers are minimizing climate-induced risks by harvesting and efficiently using scarce rainwater to grow crops and feed livestock.

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Our Work

Context and background to ASARECA work Read more about Our Work

Current members of the Business Committee

Farmer Representatives

Country

Member

Burundi

Ms. Annick Sezibera

Confédération des Associations des Producteurs Agricoles pour le Développement

CITIBOKE

B.P. 24 Bujumbura

Burundi

Tel: +257-22-217902

Mob: +257-79952176

Email: sezannick@yahoo.fr

D.R. Congo

Mr. Paluku Mivimba Methuselah

Fédération des Organisations de Producteurs Agricoles du Congo (FOPAC) Read more about Current members of the Business Committee

Natural Resource Management and Ecosystems Services

In the context of the ECA sub-region, natural resources and associated ecosystems services play a key role in supporting sustainable agricultural productivity. The state and dynamics of the ECA natural resource base and capacity to provide the required services deliver both opportunities to foster agricultural productivity and pose challenges in promoting the sector. Some of the key constituents of natural resources include, water, soils, forests, on-farm trees, and biodiversity outside of the farming systems. Read more about Natural Resource Management and Ecosystems Services

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