This document is to guide students and smallholder farmers how to adapt themselves to climate change when it comes to farming in the Liberian communities. Despite the fact that Liberia is underdeveloped, to be successful
farmers, there is a need for both the students and smallholder farmers to acquit themselves to the causes/effects of climate change as well as how to find application solution to enable them become a successful farmers to help
the Government to have access to food security.The Republic of Liberia is located on the west coast of Africa (between longitudes 7 o 30′ and 11 o 30′ west, and latitudes 4 o 8’ and 8 o 30′ north). It is bordered on the west by Sierra Leone, on the north by Guinea, on the east by Côte d’Ivoire, and on the south by the Atlantic Ocean (Figures 1a and b). It is Africa’s oldest Republic, declared independent in 1874 under a constitution modelled on that of the United States of America. Two civil wars from 1990 to 2003 displaced hundreds of thousands of people and destroyed the economy and infrastructure. A democratic government was elected in 2005.