Dyborn Chibonga and Rodney Cooke

Rodney Cooke, Director, Policy and Technical Advisory Division of International Fund for Agricultural Development and Dyborn Chibonga, Chief Executive Officer, National Smallholder Farmer’s Association, Malawi talk about how climate change hits both the earning capacity and food security of the poorest through its impacts on agriculture. Climate change is increasing uncertainty and degrading the natural asset base of poor smallholder farmers, making it more difficult for them to escape and remain out of poverty.