Farmer Trainings in Flood Based Livelihood Systems

Written by Rainwater Harvesting Association of Malawi  |  Added on March 28, 2019   |   Filed under News,Publications

Farmers in Dolo EPA, Chikwawa District, Malawi.

Flood Based Livelihood Systems (FBLS) offer rural communities with opportunities to use flood water productively for livestock and crop production. By harnessing and managing floodwater communities can enhance short term food security and restore the ecological integrity of critical ecosystems. In Malawi, Flood based farming systems (FBFS) are an integral part of FBLS for communities in the low lying areas and flood plains. The Flood Based Livelihood Network- Malawi conducted training sessions for farmers in the Shire Valley with the aim of enhancing their knowledge and skills. 136 Lead Farmers were trained on various aspects of FBLS.  Read moreExif_JPEG_420

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