Our indigenous fruits and grains are not only delicious but also nutritious and beneficial for our health and environment. These are some of the gifts
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SOME 300 farmers are benefiting from the sesame project being implemented by Fambidzanai Permaculture in
Most youths in Zimbabwe have no jobs or viable livelihoods. Whilst agriculture has the potential
Soil analysis is a vital process for ensuring the quality and productivity of agricultural land.
Fambidzanai Permaculture Centre, with support from the Lush and Lush Spring Prize, conducted the first-ever
The experience of Sekuru and Gogo Mutandwa of Ward 12, Muyambi Village is a case
Most rural people in Zimbabwe get their food and income from tilling the land and rearing livestock. Agriculture arguably remains the mainstay of the economy and the largest source of livelihood for the largest rural population. Its performance directly impacts the rural people’s lives. With rural smallholder agriculture currently underperforming due to climatic shocks and terrible livestock diseases, there has been increased hunger and poverty in most rural communities in Zimbabwe.