Mainstreaming Agrobiodiversity Conservation and Use in Sri-Lankan Agro-Ecosystems for Livelihoods and Adaptation to Climate Change

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•    To ensure that agrobiodiversity in Sri Lanka is optimally conserved and used to meet the challenges of climate change and improve rural livelihoods.
•    To increase the area devoted to sustainably managed agrobiodiversity through the use of practices, procedures, institutions, and the improved maintenance and access to new and traditional crops and livestock diversity by local communities;
•    Market and non-market mechanisms are in place that provides farmers with additional rewards from maintenance and use of the agrobiodiversity and increased returns for specific products and services.
•    To strengthen national strategies, policies and capacity and extension activities on planning for sustainable production of agrobiodiversity products and services, using an ecosystem management approach.