Climate service empowers local farmers

Knowledge can be a pathway to success. Inadequate information about climate changes can result in subsistence farmers, and the agricultural community at large, making poor decisions which then have a knock-on effect on the ability of these farmers to feed themselves and their families.

The World Food Programme (WFP) has recognised this problem and supports a ‘climate services’ iniative, where farmers are trained in using climate information to create food security and protect their livelihoods. Find out more about how WFP works with climate services to empower local farmers in Tanzania.