Target the pathways to scale out climate-smart agricultural technologies to farming communities
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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. Target the pathways to scale out climate-smart agricultural technologies to farming communities. International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT). Cali. CO. 8 p.
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The process of getting climate-smart agricultural (CSA) interventions and practices to farmers is just as important as the interventions and practices. Given the complex systems in which CSA is implemented and the various CSA practices and technologies, there is no one-size-fits-all scaling pathway – so far Best-fit climate-smart agricultural scaling approaches are guided by the biophysical, socioeconomic and institutional context and attributes of the CSA technology.
Investors/sponsorsInternational Fund for Agricultural Development
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