Agricultural Innovations and Adaptations to Climate Change Effects and Food Security in Central Africa: Case of Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea and Central African Republic

"Central Africa like most of Africa is among the areas that are most vulnerable to the effects of climate change. The people of Central Africa can however not relocate because of the perils of climate change, so they have to confront it by evolving innovative adaptation strategies to mitigate and cope with the impact of climate change. The main thrust of this work was therefore to identify, evaluate and document innovative adaptation strategies and their effectiveness in coping with climate change effects in some selected Central African countries. The area of study covers the three Central African countries of Cameroon (CAM), Equatorial Guinea (EQG) and the Central African Republic (CAR)."