Sierra Leone is one of the most vulnerable countries hit by the adverse effects of climate change. The change in weather patterns, reflected by fluctuating levels of rainfall, has a hugely negative impact on agriculture, which is the only source of income for thousands of farmers in Sierra Leone.

In this episode, Roots visited the Rehabilitation and Community-Based Poverty Reduction Project in Koinadugu District, which helped to rehabilitate the agriculture sector taking into account climate change.

Thanks to the provision of training and greenhouses, the project helped farmers like Mohamed Sheku Marah, a young farmer, and Haja Sundun Marah, a 61-year-old woman farmer and mother of eight, to increase their incomes and move from subsistence to commercial farming.

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Roots in Tungurahua and Bolivar, Ecuador – Supporting the production and sale of cereal, fruits and vegetables

Dec 11, 2019
 

Roots in Ferké and Nahoulakaha, Côte d’Ivoire – Agricultural productivity

Nov 12, 2018