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In Zimbabwe, the increased frequency of drought, flash floods, and unpredictable rainfall has added to recurrent food deficits for poor households who depend on rainfed farming on nutrient poor soils.
Madagascar’s Plain of Marovoay, the country’s second rice bowl with some 15,400 hectares of rice fields, is experiencing problems related to climate variability.
In Burkina Faso, local cultivation and livestock practices are losing their effectiveness, as temperatures rise and rainfall volumes decrease, exposing farmers to greater vulnerability.
Despite the availability of more reliable forecasts from meteorological services in Kenya, farmers seldom use them for farm level decision-making.
With a population of approximately 647,000[1], Colombo is the largest city and commercial capital of Sri Lanka.
Benin has moved toward the decentralization of state power and the active involvement of local communities.
In Benin, extreme climate variability has threatened the food security of rural populations, with agricultural yields declining and crop losses increasing due to extreme weather.
This brief showcases some adaptive solutions developed through action research by farmers in the region of Analanjirofo, Madagascar.
Madagascar’s Plain of Marovoay, the country’s second rice bowl with some 15,400 hectares of rice fields, is experiencing problems related to climate variability.
In the region of Thies, climate change and variability have a strong impact on the vulnerability of rural households.

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