Adaptation of agriculture to climate change

Benin
GIZ, 2014 - 2019
Contract value: 3,147,569 EUR

The project aims at improving the adaptation of Benin’s agricultural sector to climate change through the sustainable management of natural resources. It focuses on three main areas of work: (1) applying standardized procedures for needs assessment and prioritization at  watershed level; (2) ensuring that investments in irrigation infrastructure and sustainable water and soil management are better adapted to the impacts of climate change and, (3) enhancing knowledge and experience of relevant stakeholders and decision makers.

You can hear a podcast (on french) from the Swiss radio station radiofr about one part of the project: Educational farm for testing and demonstrating innovations and good practices in adapting agriculture to climate change - pls klick the link right (open website). You can also find more information in the attached folder.

 

PROJECT IS PART OF

Agriculture - Stimulating Growth
Climate Change

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