Consortium for Scaling-up Climate Smart Agriculture in South Asia (C-SUCSeS) project is a four-year (one-year no-cost extension granted in September 2021)


South Asia is one of the world’s most vulnerable regions in terms of climate change impacts. The region is still a predominantly agrarian society

Goal & Objective

To promote sustainable and resilient agricultural intensification in South Asia through enhanced capacity (policy, institution, and skill) to scale up CSA strategies


Component 1: Scaling up technically viable and gender-sensitive CSA technologies for smallholders in selected farming systems

Expected Outcomes and Outputs

The expected outcomes of the Programme are:
Outcome 1: Best CSA technologies and scaled up in project countries

Targeted Beneficiaries

The grant activities will directly target 7,500 smallholders, as well as researchers, extension workers, and policymakers in SAARC countries. Of the 7,500