Concern and climate smart agriculture

30 October 2014

For Concern, it is not just about promoting
improvements in crop yields (or even reducing
the seasonal variability of these) – we also want
to see a stronger link between Climate Smart Agriculture and nutritional outcomes.

Concern has worked with the communities in Dessie-Zuria in the northern part of Ethiopia. Photo: Petterik Wiggers / Concern Worldwide.
Concern has worked with the communities in Dessie-Zuria in the northern part of Ethiopia. Photo: Petterik Wiggers / Concern Worldwide.

Concern's approach to Climate Smart Agriculture is informed by our understanding of extreme poverty – recognising that extremely poor people often have few
assets, gain poor returns on those assets, experience wide-ranging structural inequalities and are exposed to risks and vulnerabilities in many shapes and forms

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