CBA Namibia - CES - Conservation Agriculture Case Study

Harnessing multiple coping strategies for a holistic approach towards community adaptation to climate change: the use of Conservation Agriculture (CA) in Namibia

February 2011

This case study discusses a new but field-proven technology for supporting communities and women groups interested in dryland’s management agriculture. It will elaborate in simple language how to rally communities towards conservation agriculture and the use of more resilient crops in drylands ecosystems. It borrows the practices of the CBA activities of CES and the Namibian Conservation research Centre’s findings on CA.