Conservation Agriculture

Nampula Adaptation to Climate Change Final Evaluation

This 67 page final evaluation highlights findings from the Nampula Adaptation to Climate Change project, which reached 32,720 people in northern Mozambique. It was funded by the German government for $3.7 million from 2015-2018. Families were able to grow more food, better respond to crises, and save more money. They also were able to adopt many climate change practices on their fields that helped them respond to emergencies. The first thing families in Mozambique invest in when they get more savings and credit is their children’s education. Read More...

Improved bean varieties increase yields by 250 percent prosade

This research report on the action research of conservation agriculture practices whos how every $1 ... Read More...

30 percent production increase with improved maize varieties prosade

Working with conservation agriculture and improved varieties increased corn yields by nearly 30%, an... Read More...

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