Resilient food

Resilient food production in horticulture-livestock systems for Family Farming in climatically vulnerable regions of Argentina and Colombia

Objective

Aumentar la resiliencia y la adaptación de sistemas de producción de alimentos con base hortícola y ganadera y de los medios de vida de las familias rurales en áreas de elevada vulnerabilidad a los efectos negativos de la variabilidad del clima y sus cambios.

Implementation period

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months

June 2019 – June 2021

Countries

Argentina, Colombia

Overall Project amount

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Euros
Subsidy EU: (983.300 €)

Beneficiaries

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Communities

Expected Results

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Participatory analysis

Selected vulnerable communities in Argentina and Colombia rely on their participatory analysis of climate change perception and vulnerability and agree on technical and organisational measures (T&O) to adapt their production systems towards greater stability, resilience and mitigation.
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Monitoring and evaluation

The selected vulnerable communities in Argentina and Colombia co-design and implement a monitoring and evaluation system and a communication procedure from an initial stage, which allows participants to systematise experiences, evaluate them, reflect on them in periodic workshops and recommend best practices at community and regional levels.
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Innovations T&O

Selected vulnerable communities in Argentina and Colombia co-design and implement T&O innovations for diversity, water and carbon balance management that decrease their exposure and sensitivity to climate variability, mitigate the effects of global warming, and increase their resilience and adaptive capacity.

Recent events

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The EUROCLIMA+ Resilients project presented its gender and climate change guide for the formulation of projects together with family agriculture.

September 02, Buenos Aires 
This was done in a Webinar in which more than 60 representatives of initiatives linked to programmes implemented by INTA Argentina and CIPAV (Colombia) and financed by the European Community participated.

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Rural women, resilient women

November 02, Centroamérica 
Five women from one of the projects funded by EUROCLIMA+ that is, implemented in Argentina and Colombia, share their life stories on International Rural Women's Day.
 

Resources

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Team

  • Dra. Edurne Battista
    Coordinator of the La Plata Intervention Area, Argentina of the EUROCLIMA Project + Resilients (INTA - CIPAV), INTA, Argentina.
  • Iris Barth
    Member of the EUROCLIMA+ Project Management Team, INTA, Argentina.
  • Juan Pascuale Bovi
    Coordinator of the Northern Patagonia Intervention Area, INTA, Argentina.
  • Pablo Tittonell, Diego Nicolas Ramilo, Iris Dagmar Barth
    National Institute of Agricultural Technology, INTA, Argentina
  • Antonio José Solarte
    Centre for Research on Sustainable Agricultural and Livestock Production Systems (CIPAV)
  • More information
    Cora Gornitzky, specialist in Communication

Partners

 

Main applicant

National Institute of Agricultural Technology

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Co-applicant

Centre for Research on Sustainable Farming and Livestock Production Systems
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Contact us

Address:
European Union
Expertise France office: 73, rue de Vaugirard - 75006 Paris. GIZ office: Rue Archimède 61, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.

Telephone:
Expertise France: +33 1 70 82 73 57
GIZ: + 32 2 710 1937
Mail:
agriculturaresiliente@euroclimaplus.org

Implementing Agencies

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