Catching Raindrops in Africa

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Radhika Gupta
Communications Manager,
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Xanani Baloyi
Programme Manager,
Africa Regional Centre

The project Transforming Investments in African Rainfed Agriculture (TIARA) is preparing the business case to change the trajectory of current investments in agriculture. This has the potential to boost food security in Africa, in the face of climate change.

Screenshot of the short film: Catching Raindrops in Africa white text on African vegetation background
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Catching Raindrops in Africa is a short film promoting farmers, who are the frontline water managers of Africa.

Currently, 95% of public investments are made towards irrigated agriculture, shutting out 95% of agriculture that relies on rainwater.

This film is for those working with food security, water and soil conservation in Africa. Particularly governments, development finance institutions and international development practitioners.

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