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Data-driven advisory services for climate-smart smallholder agriculture

Climate change is affecting food production through rising temperatures, changing precipitation patterns and greater frequency of extreme weather events, adding to the already pressing challenges to food security in low- and middle- income countries (LMICs). Smallholder farmers, responsible for the food security of two billion people around the world, are severely affected due to their reliance on rainfed agriculture and increasingly disrupted ecosystems. In order to maintain food security and improve rural livelihoods in the face of a changing climate, food systems must adapt to manage and mitigate these increasing challenges.