Climate Smart Agriculture Rapid Appraisal (CSA-RA) Prioritization Tool
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Mwongera C, Shikuku KM, Winowiecki L, Twyman J, Läderach P, Ampaire E, van Asten P, Twomlow S. 2014. Climate-smart agriculture rapid appraisal (CSA-RA) Tool: A prioritization tool for outscaling CSA. Cali, Colombia: International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT).
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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).
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