Climate-Smart Agriculture Plan: A guide to scaling CSA
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CCAFS, CIAT, ICRAF. 2015. Climate-Smart Agriculture Plan: A guide to scaling CSA. Copenhagen, Denmark: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food SEcurity (CCAFS).
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CSA-Plan is a guide for CSA planning, programming and implementation. Sitting within each component of CSA-Plan are information, tools, and approaches to enable action. Engagement and capacity building are key crosscutting elements of CSA-Plan. CSA-Plan can be applied across levels of decision making. It allows for exchange of information between levels to maximize alignment and integration of information and planning.
SubjectsCLIMATE-SMART AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES;
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