Data and information

to adapt to climate change

Project Owner: UNDP El Salvador – AccLab El Salvador 

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in El Salvador collaborates closely with local partners and stakeholders to implement innovative solutions that empower farmers to adapt to climate variability and build resilience in the face of adversity. 


Through the utilization of real-time climate information, farmers in El Salvador gain access to timely and actionable insights that enable them to make informed decisions about crop planning, irrigation management, and pest control. By harnessing technology and data-driven approaches, UNDP supports agricultural producers in optimizing resource use and mitigating risks associated with climate-related hazards such as droughts, floods, and crop diseases. 

Moreover, the integration of climate-smart agricultural practices not only enhances the resilience of rural communities but also contributes to sustainable development goals by promoting food security, environmental conservation, and economic empowerment. 

In El Salvador, where poverty disproportionately affects rural populations, initiatives that address the nexus of poverty and climate change are essential for building a more equitable and resilient future. By empowering agricultural producers with the tools and knowledge they need to adapt to changing climatic conditions, UNDP and its partners are working towards a future where rural communities can thrive despite the challenges they face. 


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