IJSRP, Volume 11, Issue 2, February 2021 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Uwabimfura JACKSON, Xu Bin and NKUSI Revocatte
Climate change or climate variability is one of the big challenges facing the world development. If this climate variability increases, it is negatively affecting people’s livelihood in Rwanda. This paper revaluates the impacts of climate variability analysing in Bugesera district and propose solution to hunger crisis and migration of the local population of Bugesera district. The first data have been collected in Meteo Rwanda for analysing air temperature, Rainfall in Bugesera district then this paper will conduct to analyse on the three kind of crop production like Maize and Rice and Beans production this will be analysed referring on the longest period of past years. The last data is to analyse how the local population survive referring on meal parday, this will be achieved using interview in Bugerara district. In addition, a household survey of 400 households was conducted in 3Sectors (Mayange, Nyamata, Gashora.) to examine socio-economic characteristics that influence the choice of actual adaptation measures.