Farm diversification and climate change: implications for food security in northern Namibia

Chalmers Mulwa and Martine Visser, October, 2019
Background
Risk is inherent in small-scale rain-fed agricultural production. Farmers have to contend with seasonal weather uncertainties, the threat of pests and diseases, post-harvest losses, among other risks. These risks are now being exacerbated by the effects of a changing climate, which is expected to increase poverty incidences in most developing countries.
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Farm diversification and climate change: implications for food security in Northern Namibia