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Replication Data for: Evaluating the Impact of the Multidisciplinary Working Group Model on Farmers’ Use of Climate Information Services in Senegal

Climate variability and change have been identified as major threats to important sectors that drive economic growth and sustainable development in Africa. The provision of tailor-made climate information services is increasingly gaining importance. It has been widely touted as a vital adaptation and mitigation strategy against the adverse effects of climate change and variability. While various co-design and co-production models have been used to tailor climate information services (CIS) in different parts of the world, there is hardly any rigorous evidence assessing their effectiveness in meeting users’ needs.

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