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Myanmar is ranked second in the list of countries most affected by climate change (Kerft et al., 2014). Myanmar’s Central Dry Zone (CDZ) is subject to extremes of climate including high temperatures, droughts, floods and storms. The CDZ occupies more than two thirds of Myanmar’s agricultural land (JICA, 2013), and livelihoods there are highly dependent on agriculture, rendering them potentially vulnerable to a changing climate. With this in mind, a questionnaire was designed to capture data on climate change and its impacts on crop production in the CDZ, and to identify the adaptation measures being taken by communities. The survey was carried out in the three main regions of the CDZ; Magway, Sagaing and Mandalay. Group interviews were conducted with knowledgeable long-term residents of 300 villages in 14


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