Many governments recognize agroforestry’s contributions to farmers’ food security and livelihoods, and to climate change adaptation and mitigation, but face challenges in attracting climate finance to expande agroforestry. A critical requirement for climate finance is a robust and scientifically sound monitoring, reporting, and verification (MRV) system.
The ability of the world’s poorest farmers and pastoralists to adapt to a changing climate will affect the food security of millions across the world. In semi-arid Kenya, farmers and pastoralists face an uphill battle in making a living in a precarious environment from season-to-season and building long-term resilience to climate change, which threatens local economies and food systems.
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Learning opportunities that support practitioners through formal courses, online resources and other knowledge-sharing events.
Tools & Support
Data and decision-support systems that foster standardized approaches and comparability across projects, countries, and sectors.
Monitor & Report
Resources to assist with tracking progress and results, as well as understanding impact.