Malawi in international climate-smart farming project

Daily Times: Malawi is among three countries in the world that will take part in a project aimed at helping farmers adapt to climate change while helping to control farming's carbon emissions. The other two countries are Zambia and Vietnam and the project is called Climate-Smart Agriculture-Capturing the Synergies between Mitigation, Adaptation and Food security. European Union (EU) and UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) are funding the project to a tune of $6.7 million. FAO Special Advisor Wendy......

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