Sharing information and giving voice to small-scale farmers is a necessary support component that enables farmers to improve their prospects of achieving improved income and food security in the face of climate change. Based on this premise, Farm Radio International in collaboration with the Department for Agricultural Extension Services (DAES) of MoFA with funding from the German Technical Cooperation (GiZ), implemented the radio dissemination component of the AAESCC Project (Adapting Agro-Ecosystems to Climate Change). This end line analysis estimates that roughly 500,000 adults in the radio coverage area listened to at least one episode of the program- increasing their ability to make informed decisions about improving their livelihoods and ultimately, their food security.
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- Partner Organizations:
- Ministry of Food and Agriculture Republic of Ghana