Appraisal of Climate Resilient Agricultural Practice on the Productivity of Female Smallholder Cereal Farmers in Embu County, Kenya

Appraisal of Climate Resilient Agricultural Practice on the Productivity of Female Smallholder Cereal Farmers in Embu County, Kenya
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  • 2019Report Release Date
  • KenyaProject Country
  • University of Ibadan, NigeriaMDP Program
  • POSERProject Name
  • Opeoluwa Irene OludareAuthor(s)
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Climate change is a universal challenge with no limitations, which has posed a threat to the survival of the green scenery. This challenge requires a coordinated and combined effort to combat. Changes in climate which results from global warming, has affected the greens thereby tampering with the production of crops. Crop production appears to be vulnerable to climate variability, due to increase in CO2, increase in temperature and changes in the pattern of rainfall, and most often leads to decline in crop production. Kenya, which is a country with a lot of agricultural capacities and prospects has had their agricultural productivity truncated due to these extreme climatic changes.


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