By Christopher Chisi
The Food and Agriculture Organization has revealed that it has conducted some studies on Agriculture Risk Management in a bid to enhance early warning systems in view of climate change in the country.
According to the World Meteorological Organization, Climate-Related Risk Management refers to appropriate climate information distribution through an efficient delivery system that can alert food officials to assure food and water security long before the actual natural hazard sets in.
FAO Country Representative George Okech, has stressed that strengthening early warnings is key towards fostering preparations on unforeseen circumstances in as far as dry spells are concerned.
Okech has since encouraged farmers to embrace good agriculture practices so as to mitigate the impact of climate change on farming activities.