Climate change is real, and it’s affecting subsistence farmers worldwide. In Kenya, the Nganyi Climate Change Adaptation Project is helping people adapt to climate change, using both modern science and the Indigenous Knowledge of the Nganyi “rain-making” family. While outside of our program area, this video conveys the importance of traditional knowledge with relation to climate change.
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