Dr Caroline Staub from the University of Florida recently wrote a blog post on the pilot of PICSA in Haiti. Caroline is research coordinator and co-leader of the Smart Climate Solutions program for the UF/IFAS-managed Feed the Future AREA project. In her blog post she describes how PICSA helps to teach ‘choice architecture’ to extension workers. She then continues by explaining that this can help farmers to make better decisions in light of climate risks. She also looks ahead to the first PICSA training in Haiti, which is scheduled for December 2018.
Caroline’s blog post is available to read here.