Evaluating a Climate Smart Agriculture Landscape training program and building partnerships in Tanzania
The effects of climate change in East Africa have placed a great number of stressors on communities, including decreased soil fertility, lower crop yields and poor market access. The implementation of appropriate Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) Practices aid adaptation and mitigation efforts and have proven successful in regions of Tanzania as a community-identified solution.
A follow-up to a 2019 CSA Landscape pilot training in Morogoro and Zanzibar, this project aimed to develop an evaluation tool to measure how the training impacted participants’ motivation and capacity. Another goal was to identify and conduct partnership building activities with future CSA Landscape trainers and facilitators.
Topics: Energy, Environment and Sustainability; Food and Agriculture
- Rachel Rasmussen, Graduate School
Community-Engaged Student Travel Grants
CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE: Funding students who are spending winter, spring or summer break participating in community-engaged learning or community-based research activities.