In a country where rain-fed agriculture accounts for nearly 85 percent of farming, Ethiopian smallholder farmers face significant climate risk, as evidenced by extreme weather events, rising temperatures, and declining rainfall. The Russo-Ukrainian War, as well as the subsequent wheat and fertilizer shortages, have exacerbated the country’s food insecurity. There is still hope, however, as…...

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