Improving farming practices in flood-prone areas in the Solomon Islands
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Sese, Elmah Panisi. 2018. Improving farming practices in flood-prone areas in the Solomon Islands. IN: CTA, 2018. Experience capitalization: Resilience and productivity in the Pacific. Experience Capitalization Series 7. Wageningen: CTA:08-11.
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In the Solomon Islands, when one of Guadalcanal’s lead farmers lost his farm to flooding in 2014, a number of NGOs began supporting his farm’s rehabilitation. John Maeli planted new seedlings and started implementing climate-smart agriculture practices. Soon the rebuilding process had transformed his farm into a demonstration area and training hub for other farmers concerned about climate change and eager to learn more resilient practices.
Investors/sponsorsInternational Fund for Agricultural Development
Related reference: https://hdl.handle.net/10568/98458