Community based adaptation in action. A case study from Bangladesh
Climate change threatens the food security of tens of millions of people, especially those living in least developed countries. Farmers and local communities must be supported in preparing themselves for the changing situations and protecting their livelihoods. Based on a case study in Bangladesh, this report provides a summary of approaches and processes undertaken to inform farmers about climate change and promote their local adaptation to strategies. It also presents the lessons learned, as well as good practice options identified and valued by farmers for drought risk management in the context of climate change.
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