1According to the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), food insecurity is expected to rise between 15-40 percent by the year 2050. Furthermore, a policy brief by the World Agroforestry Centre highlights that smallholder farmers find it hard to innovate and invest in better management systems especially when they are preoccupied with finding other means of survival that are less costly and will take shorter time to achieve the desired benefits. It is therefore imperative that our agriculture and the food system is reformed to increase resilience to the impacts of climate change and other shocks that arise including: escalating food prices, deforestation and depletion of natural resources. Here are some suggestions on how to counter the issue

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