Climate Change and Variability : Smallholder Farming Communities in Zimbabwe Portray a Varied Understanding

@inproceedings{Mtambanengwe2012ClimateCA,
  title={Climate Change and Variability : Smallholder Farming Communities in Zimbabwe Portray a Varied Understanding},
  author={Florence Mtambanengwe and Paul Mapfumo and Regis Chikowo and T. CHAMBOKO},
  year={2012}
}
Increasing awareness of risks associated with climate change and variability among smallholder farmers is critical in building their capacity to develop the necessary adaptive measures. Using farmer participatory research approaches and formal questionnaire surveys, interaction has been made with >800 farmers in two distinct smallholder farming systems of Makoni and Wedza Districts in eastern Zimbabwe to determine the current level of understanding of climate change and variability, current… CONTINUE READING

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