Farmers in Africa Embrace Traditional and Modern Solutions for Climate Change Mitigation

In Machakos, Kenya, farmers select climate-smart beans. Amidst drought in Zimbabwe, traditional farming methods are being revived. Organic fertilizers are used to combat poor soil fertility in sub-Saharan Africa. Drought-resistant crops are gaining popularity, replacing exotic white corn. The transition to greenhouse farming is providing sustainable livelihoods in Somalia. A climate-smart bean variety named “Nyota” is helping Kenyan farmers increase their yields. The new bean assures quick maturation even in times of drought. Customers praise the bean’s low flatulence levels, making it a preferred choice.

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