Through international cooperation, the 14 project partners will tackle the adverse effects of climate change, particularly in agricultural areas.

This plan involves three stages linked to three specific objectives:

is to test new low-cost technologies to measure and predict the local impacts of different weather events, resulting in improved early warning systems in rural areas. Diagnostic activities will be extended with climate scenarios and forecasts and improved climate information services for farmers
consists in developing pilot actions in agricultural areas that will allow better soil and water management, taking into account the risks associated with climate change
is the training and engagement of local communities and farmers for increased capacity building, information and cooperation in risk management and damage compensation schemes
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