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 - As Zimbabwe’s economy continues its remarkable recovery following almost a decade of recession, FAO is helping the country’s most vulnerable people to produce more food, access new markets and expand ...READ MORE
 - To reduce the risk of food and nutrition insecurity by building strong and resilient livelihoods among poor rural farming households.
 - Southern Africa's maize harvest is expected to shrink this year by some 26 percent compared with 2014's bumper crop, a situation that could trigger food price more
 - The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization warned that the maize harvest in Southern Africa is expected to shrink this year by approximately 26 per cent compared more
 - To contribute to poverty reduction through protection of livestock assets.
 - To contribute to poverty and chronic malnutrition reduction, increased production and productivity, and improved commercialization of smallholder agriculture in Zimbabwe.
 - A US$4 million project to strengthen controls of food security threats and better manage plant and animal pests and diseases in the Southern African region was more
 - Through FAO’s voucher programme, women farmers in Zimbabwe – often the most vulnerable households – were able to start vegetable farming as a business, giving them more
 - To sustain and improve the livelihoods of vulnerable and emerging rural farming households in Zimbabwe and thus reduce their dependency on humanitarian assistance.
 - Through a voucher scheme organized by FAO in collaboration with various implementing partners, women farmers in Zimbabwe have been benefiting from better access to agricultural inputs, more
 - Mr. and Mrs Bandamire are rural farmers in Hurungwe district, located approximately 200 kilometers north west of Harare. The family is one of the 80 000 more
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