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Smallholder farmers increase resilience to climate change

In 2016 DAPP Zimbabwe began a UNEP-10FYP financed program with 2000 farmers in Gutu and Mutasa districts to increase resilience to the negative effects of climate change. The initiative provides mentoring and training in climate resilient agricultural practices,market...

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Community receives donation from Danish Relief Group

Danish relief group donates goods worth over 4 thousand dollars It was joy and jubilation when beneficiary schools, medical facilities and development projects received donations in kind from the Danish relief group recently. The goods which included...

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Malabe border health post offically handed over

The Senator for Beitbridge Cde Tambudzani Mohadi officially handed over the Malabe border health post which was constructed through an initiative by the ministry of health and child care, Development Aid from People to People and Elimination 8 in...

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DAPP releases 2017 Annual report

DAPP Zimbabwe is pleased to release its 2017 Annual report , demonstrating the value of its work over the past year. The report includes an overview of projects and their activities , summary of major achievements, data on total projects delivered,...

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Small scale farmers prepared to withstand climate change

Imagine the beginning of the agricultural season, the farmers have prepared and planted after the first rains. But the rains fail to continue or are not sufficient. We are seeing this more often as the climate gets warmer resulting in less food being...

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Farmers take up small grains cultivation

Farmers clubs Zimbabwe projects are engaging farmers in Masvingo ,Makoni, Mutasa in promoting the cultivation of small grains such as millet and sorghum to boost food security. Farmers clubs project leaders agree that Small grains such as sorghum, pearl and finger...

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