Climate change and the agri-food trade: perceptions of exporters in Peru and Uganda

Climate change and the agri-food trade: perceptions of exporters in Peru and Uganda

The report presents the findings of research on the perceptions of agri-food exporters of climate change, providing insight into the perceived needs of business and exporters in responding to climate change impacts in Uganda and Peru.

It is designed to inform on strategies to mainstream climate resilience among exporters and to improve the effectiveness of support for adaptation. The first part of the report focuses on Uganda shares the perceptions of agri-food exporters in key export sectors including coffee, tea, cocoa, cotton, fruits and spices. Part 2, on Peru, shares the perceptions of agri-food exporters in the coffee and cocoa sectors; gives recommendations from stakeholders on how to improve the delivery of climate assistance to exporters.

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