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SD.- The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the REDDOM Foundation implemented an indexed-insurance project to help farmers increase their capacity to adapt to climate change, at a cost of more than US$1.0 million.

The project aims to apply risk-prevention measures in the agricultural sector and contribute to the country's small farm producers bolster their capacity and resilience to the impacts of climate change and cut the risk associated with natural disasters.

“The term resilience is associated with the environment’s ability to recover from the effects of climate change,” the USAID said in an emailed statement.

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