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[ICCCAD]: SUSTAINABILITY | A Small Grant’s Big Impact on Ensuring Sustainable Harvests in Nigeria

Gurapwana and Dawhol Bob are two small villages in Plateau State, Nigeria that are transforming their agriculture landscape and are being empowered through small-scale farming initiatives. At the heart of these initiatives is the Sustainable Environment and Fisheries Foundation (SEFFA).

SEFFA is leading the way with a project called “Building Resilience to Climate Change Through Integrated Climate Smart Agriculture and Greenhouse Technology Skills,” which is supported by Adaptation Fund Climate Innovation Accelerator (AFCIA) programme, implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and funded by the Adaptation Fund, and the European Union. SEFFA’s locally led adaptation solution, harnesses the power of integrated climate-smart agriculture along with greenhouse technology and skills to empower local communities and revolutionize their agricultural practices.

Read the full story here.

Also read the Climate Tribune, September 2023 edition that shares insights about other AF-funded AFCIA projects.