How smallholder farmers adapt to climate change: Stories from East Africa—Ruth Marigu Njue
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Njue RM. 2010. How smallholder farmers adapt to climate change: Stories from East Africa. Video. Copenhagen, Denmark: CCAFS.
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Ruth Marigu Njue is a single mother with ten children living in the village Kururumo in Kenya. She is not enjoying farming as she used to and faces a lot of obstacles and problems with the warmer climate and the lack of rains. In the video she talks about the fast-growing crops she cultivates to avoid disease and pests and to adapt to the climate changes she is experiencing. As a way to cope with the droughts she has also begun to plant trees around her farm to attract more rain and water (Ruth Marigu Njue—Karurumo village, Kenya).
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