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Title: Transition from Climate Risk to Climate Smart Agriculture. Goal: What problems does it address? How will farmers and rural communities benefit? Where? Problems to be addressed: Managing current climatic risks in the region How farmers and communities benefit:

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Goal: What problems does it address? How will farmers and rural communities benefit? Where?

Problems to be addressed:

    • Managing current climatic risks in the region

How farmers and communities benefit:

    • Knowledge on climatic risk which help fine tuning agronomic strategies
    • Enabling them to make better decisions for livelihoods
    • Improve adaptive capacity of the farmers
  • Where:

Teraiof Nepal

Northern part of India

Punjab of India and Pakistan

Southern part India and Sri Lanka

West Bengal and Bangladesh

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How will you measure success – what is success?

  • Number of farmers using climatic services
  • Reduced fluctuation in production
  • Reduced relief requirements
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Which of the “good practices” discussed in the workshop will be incorporated? How?

  • Partnership between agricultural and climate stakeholders at multiple levels
  • Involve female and youth farmers considering their particular needs
  • Participatory production and communication of agro-meteorological information, knowledge and policy development and planning
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How will you involve farmer’s voices in the design?

  • The role of progressive and champion farmers in promoting and use of climatic information
  • Simple planning and decision making tools for farmers to integrate information in decision process and take action
  • Gender analysis of any farming community to gain maximum project effectiveness
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What are the potential gender or social equity challenges, and how will you address them?

  • Limited social data at the community level
  • Lack of capacity to access information and make decisions

How?

  • Tailoring the specific needs of the females and marginalized communities
  • Collection of data/information
  • Training/exposure
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How will it connect with on-going climate and/or development initiatives?

  • Developing partnership with Pilot Project on Climate Resilient (PPCR) program in Nepal and Bangladesh
  • Link with Indian agro-met service and knowledge in capacity building (Centre for Excellence for capacity building)
  • Climate change, agriculture and food security programs in the countries

How do you propose to get started? What are the next steps?

  • Regional planning and project writing workshop
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Which are the necessary partners?

  • Met Agencies
  • Agricultural Institutions at various levels
  • ICT players that includes media
  • NGOs/farmer groups/local bodies
  • Private Sector players
  • Policy Makers
  • Donors/International Agencies
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What financial and human resources are needed? Over what timeframe? How will they be provided and sustained?

  • To be identified in the planning workshop
  • Explore potential donor supports from the outside agencies

Time line

5 year at least

Provide Sustainability

Mobilizing national Resources /SAARC