Building farmer’s capacities on disaster risk reduction and management

AFCE is committed to enhance the capacities and capabilities of the small holder farmers on disaster risk reduction and management with much emphasis on mitigation, adaption and building resilient on climate change effects on livelihood and preparing farmers for future risk and disaster. AFCE use participatory assessment of climate change and disaster risk (PACDR) tools to help Community identify their resources and how they are affected by climate change and develop community led copping, mitigating and adapting strategies. some of the commonly identified practices and intervention towards mitigating and adapting to climate change are; use of energy saving technologies, planting of woods lots, putting erosion controls structure , diversifying sources of livelihood, mix farming and agro-forestry. For farmers to achieve sustainable livelihoods, more time and resources is required