This activity report gives an account of the Government of Mozambique/Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) led interventions on strengthening smallholder agriculture, community-based natural resources management, and livelihood diversification in the face of current and future climate-related stresses. It provides the rationale behind each of the activities, innovations and successes, but also barriers and challenges encountered over the three-year project period. The lessons learned are critically analysed, and the opportunities for replication and scaling-up, and for filling in some of the gaps during follow-up interventions, explored.
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Organization: FAO, UNDP, UNEP, UNHABITAT, UNIDO, WFP, Ministry for the Coordination of Environmental Affairs of Mozambique, OneWorld Sustainable Investment
Topics: Agriculture and Food, Forestry, Water, Adaptation, Gender, Governance – General
Type of material: Activity Report
Publication date: 2012