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- DocumentChemonics International Inc., 2017In Mozambique, where agriculture accounts for more than 25 percent of gross domestic product and employs about 80 percent of the country’s workforce, climate change has potential to reduce production of key crops and jeopardize both macroeconomic stability and the livelihoods of millions of people.DocumentCARE International, 2015The Adaptation Learning Programme for Africa (ALP) has sought to increase the capacity of vulnerable households in sub-Saharan Africa to adapt to climate variability and change.Document
Food security in a climate perspective: what role could the private sector play regarding investment in smallholder agriculture in Ethiopia, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania and ZambiaNoragric, Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, 2014The purpose of this study is to discuss different ways of implementing the "Food Security in a Climate Perspective strategy 2013-15" in relation to support to private sector development and public-private partnership (PPP) as regards agriculture, climate change and food seDocument
Payments for ecosystem services schemes: project-level insights on benefits for ecosystems and the rural poor.World Agroforestry Centre, 2013Payments for ecosystem services (PES) provide a market based instrument to motivate changes in land use that degrade ecosystem services.Document
Reality check in Mozambique. Building better understanding of the dynamics of poverty and well-being. Annual report. Year three 2013 - agriculture, climate and employment.Chr. Michelsen Institute, Norway, 2013The “Reality Checks in Mozambique” are expected to: Inform the public discussion among key development actors on poverty reduction, especially in the province of Niassa; Contribute to a better understanding of qualitative poverty monitoring methods in Mozambique; Provide Sweden with relevant qualitative data on developments and results from its engagement in Mozambique and support fDocumentCentre for Development Informatics, 2011A more holistic and flexible development approach is required to support the agency of people adapting to climate change. Since climate change adds another layer of complexity to development challenges, interventions must, at all stages, consider the ways in which people might engage with them in a range of possible future climate scenarios.