With support from Humana Spain, DAPP Zimbabwe is currently implementing the Humanitarian Action Post-Disaster Recovery and Disaster Risk Reduction in Malawi and Zimbabwe project in wards 6 and 9 of Chimanimani district in Manicaland Province.

The project works to improve the resilience of 800 families in communities affected by floods and drought by supporting socioeconomic recovery activities so that the affected families can get back on their feet with a renewed capacity to meet their basic needs.

Families who are mainly small-scale farmers are supported to organize themselves in community-based structures known as Farmer’s Clubs where they learn and share ideas on sustainable conservation farming, small livestock production, and water management techniques. Together they learn the basics of entrepreneurship, financial literacy, value chain development, and access to markets to enhance livelihood sustainability.

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