Giving smallholder farmers back the power over their data: Lessons from western Kenya
These files include work implemented in the Triple A project whose objective was to encourage and support farmers and your community to engage in context-specific climate change adaptation and mitigation activities. The project used an asset-based community-driven development (ABCD) approach, whose objective is to encourage you and your community to identify, mobilise and use existing assets and strengths to define your individual and community action plans that are aligned to who you are, what you want to achieve, and what you like to do. The project worked with 24 community groups from 2015 to 2021 in the Middle Nyando Valley in western Kenya. These files are linked to the paper "Giving smallholder farmers back the power over their data: Lessons from western Kenya", which sought to analyse the data collected from the farmers during this period and give it back to them in the form of individualised reports.
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