The challenges posed by climate change are real in Zambia just as much as they area in the rest of the world. They have had the greatest impact on the country’s agricultural sector where fluctuating weather patterns have affected agricultural productivity. The small scale farmers who are by far the largest category of players in the sector
have been the worst affected as they are have very little infrastructure for water collection, many of them lack irrigation systems and rely solely on rain-fed agriculture, rendering them particularly vulnerable to variations in climatic conditions.
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