Ferris Mauwa, 73, and Ephar Nyamuremwa, 19
Harare, Zimbabwe

“In the past, it was well known when rains would come and people would prepare their fields well in advance, but with climate change, all that has changed and there is a risk of hunger because of climate change-induced droughts. We would harvest a lot in the past but as it is right now the seasons are no longer easy to follow and we are currently experiencing a drought in Zimbabwe. For the young ones, we encourage them to make use of climate change adaptation mechanisms in order to survive in these changing conditions.”
Linda Mujuru, GPJ Zimbabwe