Food Security and Climate Change Training 20th - 24th January 2020


Food insecurity and climate change are the two major global challenges humanity is facing; and climate change is increasingly being perceived as one of the greatest challenges for food security. This is because reduces the productivity of the majority of existing food systems and harms the livelihoods of those already vulnerable to food insecurity.


At the end of the training, the learner will be able to:

  • Integrate food security and climate change concerns.
  • Increase resilience of food systems to climate change.
  • Develop low emissions agricultural strategies that do not compromise food security.
  • Collect information, share knowledge and refocus research to a more set of complex set of objectives in the context of vulnerability analysis in climate change and food security in future.
  • Facilitate participation of stakeholders in decision making and implementation.


  • Food systems and climate change
  • Role of woman in agricultural production
  • Biological effects on climate change on crops, livestock and agricultural systems
  • Evidence of climate change effects on agricultural production
  • Climate change effects and food security interventions from harvest to market
  • Increasing the general resilience of the food system
  • What can farmers do to adapt to climate change
  • How to support food producers to adapt to climate change

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This training can also be customized for your institution upon request. You can have it delivered your preferred location.

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