Researchers working on PICSA have just released a new paper in the journal, Climate Services. The paper reports on the results of a study, which was conducted with farmers in Northern Ghana, where PICSA was implemented at large scale for the first time. The study included a survey of randomly selected farmers, as well as detailed case studies of individual households. It found that 97% of farmers trained in PICSA had made changes to their agricultural practices. The farmers indicated that PICSA had led to positive effects, including on their income, food security, wellbeing, and confidence to address issues related to climate variability and change.

The paper can be read in full here.