Adaptation Actions

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48 - Ensure that farmers have at least one area that can be used as a ‘cyclone pasture’ (open with no nearby trees)
49 - Farmer should have or make arrangements to have access to multiple pastures/grazing sites that will each be appropriate for a different climate situations
50 - Follow storm warnings/advisories to move herd to safe locations (out of wind)
51 - Avoid fastening animals with ropes to fixed objects during cyclones
52 - Keep smaller animals inside a strong enclosure during cyclones
53 - Keep smaller animals inside a strong enclosure during cyclones
54 - Keep animals out of/ remove animals from known swampy or low lying coastal areas in preparation for a cyclone
163 - Utilize appropriate building materials for livestock enclosres that can withstand climtic extremes
166 - Provide bullock with bore hole wells within pastures
167 - Provide dishes of water, cement pools inside pig fence
168 - Provide bullock with water dumps within pastures (Dig trenches to hold water)
169 - Proactively move animals (bullock, pigs, goats etc) close to rivers, streams and water sources during drought times.
170 - Build cement water catchment pools within the bullock enclosure
171 - Provide water to chickens in dishes inside of the fence
172 - Practice compositing inside the chicken fence, to keep soil moisture and also attract food insects
173 - Design bullock pastures so that streams and other water courses pass through them
174 - Design bullock pastures with appropriate mix of grasses: 70% grass, 30% legume
175 - Utilize gravity feed water systems to bring water into the pasture
176 - Use Bamboo ‘pipes’ to get water running into farms
177 - Use living fences to feed and provide moisture-filled leaves for bullocks during dry times.