The Impact of Drought and Adaptation Practices of Rice-Growing Communities in Uva Province, Sri Lanka


This study was part of a regional project conducted by the Save Our Rice Campaign of PANAP in collaboration with sixteen network partner organizations. The aim was to assess the level of vulnerability and adaptive capacities of rice-growing communities in the Philippines, Indonesia, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh by documenting the impacts of climate change on the communities and their adaptation practices. The longer-term goal was to identify ways to improve the adaptive capacities of these and other vulnerable communities. From 2009 to March 2011, twenty studies were carried out.

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Title: The Impact of Drought and Adaptation Practices of Rice-Growing Communities in Uva Province, Sri Lanka
Authors: Future in Our Hands Development Fund (FIOH Fund)
Tags: rice
rice farmers
rice farmers
climate change
climate adaptation
climate smart agriculture
Sri Lanka
Date: 1-Oct-2011
Publisher: PANAP
URI: http://library.ipamglobal.org/jspui/handle/ipamlibrary/737
Category Type: Researches
Appears in Sub-Collections:Sustainable agriculture

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