El Niño is a climate phenomenon that affects weather patterns around the world, causing droughts and floods that can have devastating effects on agriculture.
Indigenous communities have long been practicing sustainable agriculture, using traditional knowledge and techniques to cultivate crops that are resilient to changing weather patterns.
These communities are now sharing their knowledge and practices with others, helping to build resilience in the face of climate change.
Sustainable farming practices include crop diversification, soil conservation, and water management techniques that help to conserve resources and reduce the impact of droughts and floods.
By implementing these practices, indigenous communities are not only improving their own food security, but also contributing to global efforts to address climate change.
However, these initiatives face challenges such as lack of funding and support, as well as the need for policy changes to promote sustainable agriculture practices.