Fighting back climate change with FMNR in Zambia

World Vision in Zambia uses the Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR) model in communities to regenerate trees in farmland and forest areas to improve agricultural productivity and reduce the incidence of droughts, floods, and landslides.

FMNR empowers communities who are suffering from the effects of degraded land and climate change. Through FMNR, farmers regenerate trees on their land to improve and increase soil fertility, crops, animal fodder, firewood availability, income, and a better quality of life.

Watch the video to see World Vision's interventions in Zambia to curb the impact of climate change.