Food insecurity and climate change are having a dire impact on many households in Lesotho. This situation can be addressed together by transforming agriculture and adopting practices that are “climate-smart” and sustainable.
Farmers and rural communities are under the greatest threat from climate change, but they could also play a major role in addressing it. Climate-smart farming techniques such as Conservation Agriculture and improved Home Gardening and Nutrition would increase food production, incomes and food security while making agriculture more resilient to climate change. Besides, sustainable land management practices are essential to protect Lesotho’s natural resources and rural livelihoods.
In this repository website, you will find harmonized visual training materials developed in Lesotho to promote CSA among communities, farmers, students, decision makers and the general public.
Bokang Mantutle, 2016. Resilience Strategy.