Matching Seeds to Needs — female farmers adapt to a changing climate in Ethiopia

Between 2010 and 2012 Bioversity International worked with partners and brstakeholders in Ethiopia to develop an innovative low-cost strategy for managing risks to agricultural systems posed by the adverse effects of climate change. The objective, which the project indeed achieved, was to decrease vulnerability and enhance adaptive capacity in smallholder farming communities by increasing the intraspecific diversity of important food security crops using barley and durum wheat.

This publication is part of Bioversity International’s series of Impact Assessment Briefs.

Authors:
Gotor, E.; Fadda, C.; Rüdiger, A.; Trincia, C.
Corporate Author:
Bioversity International, Rome (Italy)
Journal/Series:
Impact Assessment Briefs, No.14
Pages:
8 p.
Publication Year:
2014
Publication Format:
PDF
ISBN 13:
978-92-9043-996-7
Language:
EN
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