Bringing climate change adaptation into farmer field schools
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) developed this guidance note to assist farmer field schools (FFS) master trainers and facilitators bring about climate change adaptation in FFS. The guide provides key information on how the climate is changing, and how these changes are impacting the agricultural (crops and livestock), aquaculture and agroforestry systems of smallholder farmers. The note provides guidance to FFS practitioners so that they can better work with individual farmers and communities – using a “climate change lens” – in identifying, testing, and adapting new practices that respond to changes and variability in local weather. The guide is not intended as a textbook on climate change but is prepared for easy understanding of basic concepts of climate change to support the interpretation of climate information in specific farming contexts and steps that FFS facilitators “must know” in starting FFS programmes that respond to climate change challenges.
|Organization||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)|
|Type of resource||Methodologies and guidelines|
|Year of Release||2021|