Technological Transformation

This is how digital climate services are tackling food insecurity across Africa

Digital Climate-informed Advisory Services don’t just improve yields — they offer a range of benefits for smallholder producers, including reducing risk, raising incomes and increasing efficiency. Image: REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli

Tyler Ferdinand

Research Analyst, WRI

Cristina Rumbaitis del Rio

Senior Adaptation and Resilience Advisor, Climate Resilience Practice

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A farmer answers her cell phone while holding freshly-picked chili peppers next to an aquaculture pond in Rajapur, Bangladesh. Image: Jacquelyn Turner, IRI

Mobile apps could play a key role in helping smallholder farmers adapt to and mitigate some climate change impacts. Image: Jacquelyn Turner/CCAFS

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