Innovation platforms for Climate Smart Agriculture in Honduras

Innovation Platforms for the adoption of Climate Smart Agriculture for Family farmers (PIASAC) was a project aimed at creating local knowledge and capacities on climate change and finding options for adaption in a participatory way. The project took place in the municipality of Gracias, located in the dry corridor of Honduras. 38 farming families were involved in a 2-year research process facilitated by the Direction of agricultural science and technology (DICTA), with the methodological support of CIRAD under the coordination of CIAT. The project was funded by FONTAGRO.

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  • Muller, Christian
  • Salgado, Ricardo
  • Duron, Marlon
  • Le Coq, Jean-Francois
  • Varax, Magali de
  • Gamba-Trimiño, Catherine
  • Howland, Fanny C.
  • Chia, Eduardo
  • Gallardo, Omar
  • Andrieu, Nadine




Muller C, Salgado R, Duran M, Le Coq JF, de Varax M, Gamba-Triminio C, Howland F, Chia E, Andrieu N, Gallardo O. 2018. Innovation Platform for Climate-Smart Agriculture in Honduras. CCAFS Policy Brief. Wageningen,the Netherlands: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS).