by Alina Paul-Bossuet | Water, Land and Ecosystems, CGIAR
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New Study Finds Worrying Climate Trend In Karamoja Over Last 35 Years
KAMPALA – A new study carried out by the Government of Uganda and its partners has found a new weather pattern that threatens to worsen food insecurity in the Karamoja region if no action is taken.
ACAI makes good progress… and sets up 563 trials in Nigeria and Tanzania to solve cassava agronomy puzzle
The African Cassava Agronomy Initiative in 2016 established 563 trials across Nigeria and Tanzania to help unlock the agronomy of cassava. The trials were part of the broader initiative by the research community led by the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) with its international and national partners to increase the productivity of cassava and improve the livelihoods of resource-poor farmers.
Experts meet in Delhi to discuss how South Asian countries could adopt the new drought monitoring system to better prepare and mitigate drought risks