Climate Smart Agriculture Rapid Appraisal (CSA-RA) report from the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania (SAGCOT)
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Mwongera, C., K. M. Shikuku, L. Winowiecki, W. Okolo, J. Twyman and P. Läderach. 2014. Climate Smart Agriculture Rapid Appraisal Report from the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania.
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A Climate Smart Agriculture Rapid Appraisal (CSA-RA) was carried out by CIAT in collaboration with Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) for the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania (SAGCOT) in September 2014. The CSA-RA aimed to assess within and between district variations in farming systems, agricultural management practices, challenges for current agricultural practices, and climate vulnerability, in order to inform targeting of climate smart agriculture (CSA). The CSA-RA used key-informant interviews, participatory workshops, transect walks, farmer interviews, as well as gender-disaggregated methods to gather information on important agriculture-related features and constraints faced by farmers. The CSA-RA from the SAGCOT was carried out in four districts: Bagamoyo, Kilosa, Kilolo and Mbarali.
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SubjectsCLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION; CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION; GENDER AND EQUITY; LIVELIHOODS; PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH;
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