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'The area under teff cultivation is large in Ethiopia as compared to other cereals.
In the country, the average annual minimum temperature has increased by about 0.25°C every ten years while the average annual maximum temperature has increased by about 0.1°C.
Moreover, the National Meteorological Services (NMA) further showed that there was a very high variability of rainfall over the past 50 years (NMA, 2007).
'It was indicated that there will be expected future area loss in teff production in Ethiopia and the pattern of teff species will be restricted to higher altitude due to future changes in climate (Yumbya et al., 2011).
The consequence of such loss will put at risk millions who depend on the crop for their livelihood, unless different climate change adaptations are in place.' Therefore, these are at the starting point for the authors to initiate the work.
Degefu Kebede Bayecha is experienced with a demonstrated history of working in the national and international Organizations, such as Office of Agriculture, research and higher institutions, NGO, skilled in Sustainable Development, Program Evaluation, Climate Change, and Climate Change Adaptation.
Published several research articles in international journals.
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