Climate Change Integration in Agriculture
In Ethiopia, the Pastoralist Areas Resilience Improvement and Market Expansion (PRIME) project aims to boost the incomes of pastoral people and improve their capacity to adapt to climate change. Since 2012, PRIME has helped 250,000 households diversify their incomes, increase livestock productivity and improve their nutrition. USAID support is also helping to develop better drought warning systems. Through rangeland councils, herders are prioritizing their needs to better ensure sustainable management of water and pasture.