The Adapta Nicaragua project protects the livelihoods of small- and medium-sized cocoa and honey producers, building their resilience to climate change through access to high quality climatic information.
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Nicaragua is one of the countries most vulnerable to climate change in the world. Many communities rely heavily on agriculture and are vulnerable to the effects of flooding and droughts.
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Christian Aid Ireland has been responding to humanitarian emergencies and disasters since 1945, providing urgently needed immediate relief and long-term support.
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Smallholder farmers dominate the production of pigeon pea crops, but have limited access to market information or technology.
We work for a world where poor people are able to keep more of the wealth they generate, and can better protect themselves when disaster strikes.