June 17, 2024

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IUCN and CNFA Join Forces to Enhance Climate-Smart Agriculture

During the National Agroforestry Conference in Rwanda, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN ) Rwanda and Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture (CNFA) through Hinga Wunguke Project signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to catalyze systemic change in climate-smart agriculture. The goal of this partnership is to enhance the resilience of agricultural systems to the effects of climate change.

The MoU, which was signed by representatives from both organizations, aims to boost agroforestry practices in Rwanda and promote sustainable land management techniques. By working together, IUCN Rwanda and CNFA hope to create a more sustainable and resilient agricultural sector that can better withstand the challenges posed by a changing climate.

Speaking about the partnership, a spokesperson for IUCN Rwanda highlighted the importance of collaboration in addressing climate change and building more sustainable food systems. They emphasized the need for innovative solutions and collective action to tackle the complex challenges faced by farmers in Rwanda.

The Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture through Hinga Wunguke Project also expressed their commitment to promoting climate-smart agriculture practices and supporting smallholder farmers in adapting to the impacts of climate change. Through this partnership with IUCN Rwanda, they hope to leverage their expertise and resources to drive positive change in the agricultural sector.

Overall, the signing of this MoU marks a significant step towards enhancing climate-smart agriculture in Rwanda and building a more resilient food system for the future. By working together, IUCN Rwanda and Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture through Hinga Wunguke Project are paving the way for a more sustainable and prosperous agricultural sector in the country.

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