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Exploring Household's Climate Change Adaptive Capacity In Tanzania: The Case Of Smallholder Tea Growers In Muheza District
Tea is among climate-sensitive crops, a minor change in temperature and precipitation has adverse effects on green leaf production. Despite the low adaptive capacity of the community, Tanzania's government through its smallholder tea growers continues to undertake various mitigation and adaptation strategies to fight against changing climate and its related extreme events. This study involves daily rainfall and means temperature statistics (1990-2020). Similarly, Survey was conducted on 150 smallholder tea growers from 15 villages of the Amani ward. Approximately 10 household heads were randomly identified for interviews from each village.
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