A GCRF-AFRICAP Webinar| 25 September | Researching climate-smart agriculture in Malawi, Tanzania and Zambia

The Food, Agriculture Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN) and the University of Leeds are pleased to invite you to a GCRF-AFRICAP knowledge-sharing seminar / webinar :

Researching climate-smart agriculture in Malawi, Tanzania and Zambia

Date: Wednesday 25 September 2019| Time: 1:00PM GMT | Duration: 90 MIN

For in person participation: Worsley Seminar Room 9.53, University of Leeds

For Online participation Register here

Chair: Dr Harriet Smith, Research Fellow in Climate Smart Agriculture, University of Leeds

Ndashe Kapulu (School of Food Science and Nutrition) on Emerging soybean markets in Zambia: What are the implications for rural households?
In the last decade, soybean production in Zambia has increased eight-thousand fold owing to increased demand from livestock and human food value chains, including improved government policy support and market expansions. In this presentation, Ndashe will share insights on implications such growth could have on rural households from his research under the GCRF-AFRICAP project, but will also draw from his previous experiences working among soybean farmers in Zambia.

Emmanuel Likoya (Sustainability Research Institute) on Drought processes in current and future climate and implications for irrigation and resilient food production systems in Malawi
This research looks at the future risk of drought and feasibility of irrigation-focused food production systems. This will follow a process-based evaluation of the risk of drought from meteorological, agricultural and hydrological perspectives and an evaluation of how improved understanding of how such processes could add value to decision (policy) making in and around irrigation farming and food system resilience in the context of climate change.

Ruth Smith (Sustainability Research Institute) on Exploring Gendered Influences in the Adoption of ‘Climate Smart Agriculture’ Practices in Tanzania
Characterising gender within Tanzanian CSA policy and programming from national to local level: perspectives, framings, and (in)action. This talk will present preliminary findings from a desk-based policy review of gendered narratives within Tanzania’s agricultural and climate policies.

Open to all. For further information, contact h.coskeran@leeds.ac.uk

GCRF-AFRICAP is a major programme to make agriculture and food production in sub-Saharan Africa more productive, sustainable and resilient to climate change.

We would welcome questions submitted in advance. For further information on GCRF-AFRICAP, please visit our website: https://africap.info/.

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