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Climate variability risk analysis, WUE and NUE for cropping systems based on historical as well as future climate change scenarios
Water is the most crucial input for agricultural production. Globally, agriculture accounts for more than 80% of all freshwater used by humans, most of that is for crop production. Currently most of the water used to grow ...
Farm typology specific intensification and diveriscation options including agro-silvi-horticulture with traditional rainwater harvesting systems
Based on farm typology analysis integrated farming system interventions were prioritized in participatory mode. A total six large agri horti units has been established and linked with RWHS (Rain water harvesting structures) ...
Implementation report on Cropping system intensification and resilience building
Cropping system intensification and resilience building
Desert farmers on the path to economic self-reliance
Eight villages in Rajasthan are quickly moving towards economic self-reliance through herbs production and turning into a role model for others, thanks to the government’s integrated agriculture project which has rekindled ...
Photos of Implementation meeting for South Asia in United Arab Emirates
Photos of Implementation meeting for South Asia in United Arab Emirates.
Quantification of resilience and livelihood strategies
Quantification of Risk Associated with Technology Adoption in Dryland Systems of South Asia
Climate change increasingly becomes a challenge for smallholder farmers. Strategies that will help farmers to cope with vulnerability are important. These strategies comprise a variety of interventions ranging from technical, ...
Climate Change, Gender and Adaptation Strategies in Dryland Systems of South Asia
There is a blossoming literature on gender and climate change issues broadly focused on the adverse effects of climate condition. These studies are mostly focused on gender inequalities in agrarian communities of developing ...