Formulate equitable climate-smart agricultural policies
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Acosta, M.,Ampaire, E.,Eitzinger, A. Läderach, P.,Lamanna, C.,Mwongera, C.,Mwungu, C.,Shikuku, K.,Twyman, J., Winowiecki, L. 2017. Formulate equitable climate-smart agricultural policies. International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT). Cali. CO. 8 p.
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A robust, resilient, and enabling policy environment is critical to take agriculture innovations to scale at national or regional level. Policy formulation processes that consider climate variability, socioeconomic and environmental shocks require participatory, inclusive, and explorative scenarios to guide decision making. Learning alliances, or multi-stakeholder platforms, foster policy dialogue at community, district and high-level planning stages and lead to integrated, coordinated, and gender-responsive policy recommendations Decision makers at legislative and top-policy level can consider these recommendations in creating equitable, climate-resilient policy.
Investors/sponsorsInternational Fund for Agricultural Development
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