Climate-Smart Agriculture Manual for Agriculture Education in Zimbabwe

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Curated Content
Author or Institution as Author: 
Ngara, T.
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Date of publication: 
January, 2017
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Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate, Zimbabwe
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In Zimbabwe, the frequency and length of dry spells during the rainy season have increased in recent years—the consequences of which include increased heat and water stress on natural ecosystems, agricultural crops and livestock, which ultimately affects agriculture communities that depend on agro-based livelihoods negatively. In addition, Zimbabwe continues to use an agro-ecological map from 1960 which divides the country into five agro-ecological regions, in spite of the fact that some of these natural regions may have changed over time. This poses a threat to agriculture, economic growth and development as the climate continues to change.

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Climate Techinoloy Centre and Network, UNEP DTU, UK Aid, Adam Smith International, VUNA, Green Impact

Zimbabwe, Climate Smart Agriculture, CSA, Gender, climate information services, soil and water management, crop production, livestock, sustainable forest management, agroforestry, fisheries and aquaculture, energy management
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Climate Technology Centre & Network

Climate-Smart Agriculture Manual for Zimbabwe, Climate Technology Centre and Network, Denmark, 2017

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