Conservation agriculture for climate change adaptation in Zambia: A cost-benefit analysis


This case study was carried out under the Integrating Agricultural Sectors into National Adaptation Plans programme (NAP-Ag) with the aim of generating empirical evidence about adaptation options in agriculture and to inform adaptation policy dialogues in Zambia. The study uses a cost-benefit analysis to analyse the financial and economic worthiness of conservation agriculture practices using primary data from a survey of a sample of 18,183 households targeted by the Conservation Agriculture Scaling-up Project in Zambia.

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