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CCar project-LDC.pdf

  1. 1. Cricket and Chaya for solution the specific challenge of Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience to reduce livelihood vulnerability of the rural poor CCar project 06/2022/NID054 6266-AF-EU-UNDP-ISGAP
  2. 2. Why Cricket farming? • Emit low levels of greenhouse gases. • Resilience as cricket farming is not directly affected by the poor weather conditions • Short life cycle, but high biomass production, enhancing food production and security • Poses less risk of zoonotic diseases • Feed conversion less that 2kg of feed for 1 kg of cricket • Quality for food and feed nutrition
  3. 3. Why Chaya gardening? • Resilience as Chaya gardening is not directly affected by the poor weather conditions • Easy to replace and fast growing • Provide year-round fresh air and green village • Drought tolerant plants • Nutritious plant for food and feed
  4. 4. We have modified cricket pens that can be used on land and on water Concrete block pen SMART board pen Floating pens during flooding 2022
  5. 5. Scaleup concept of CCar or Sustainability 1. Direct beneficiaries will share a partial of inputs to other farmers who actively attending in training (cricket eggs for example, from 40 farms to 100 farms) 2. Original fresh cricket products produced by well-trained farmers following food safety guidelines set by EU standard of food safety for insects-Special product-not enough fresh cricket as demand 3. Partnership with Agro-Food enterprise from private sector-to respond for postharvest of the cricket value chain 4. Cricket farming and Chaya gardening are the two commodities of friendly- environment and can be adapted to current climate change 5. Cricket pen designed for floating when there is a flooding, thus farmers are still on- going cricket farms 6. Chaya can be easy for re-planting if there is flooding 7. Both cricket farming and Chaya gardening require less water for long period of drought
  6. 6. Challenges-Lack of funding to support: • 2 key experts in training on (i)-climate change concept, and (ii)- household food nutrition • Project final evaluation •Agri-Food Enterprise’s involvement, some parts of this (not all) • University students’ involvement
  7. 7. Acknowledgement

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