Translating complex climate science into practical agro-climate advisories for 13-15 million smallholder farmers in Ethiopia
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CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security. 2020. Translating complex climate science into practical agro-climate advisories for 13-15 million smallholder farmers in Ethiopia. Reported in Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security Annual Report 2020. Outcome Impact Case Report.
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Creation of Ethiopia’s digital agro-climate advisory platform, a collaborative partnership between government institutions and CGIAR centers, represents a breakthrough in providing climate-information and timely decision-support tools to smallholder farmers to strengthen adaptive capacity and resilience. Partnership between Ministry of Agriculture and EDACaP team with Ethiopia’s FANA Broadcasting Corporate led to dissemination of agro-climate messages to 13-15 million smallholder farmers across FANA’s 11 regional broadcasting centers in Ethiopia. Information used for planning farming activities for season taking into consideration climate-related risks.