Download Zimbabwe has some of the highest levels of food insecurity in Sub-Saharan Africa, regardless of the outcome of its agricultural seasons. In this context, the engagement with operational partners in the context of Zimbabwe Livelihoods and Food Security Programme (LFSP) has had a profound impact on FAO’s ability to achieve results on the ground. … Continue reading Operational and strategic partnerships to deliver integrated programme with widespread results for Zimbabwe’s poorest farmers
Workshop with Parliamentarians – 02 December 2019 at 0830 hours at Celebration Centre Public Seminar at Bindura University-03 December 2019 at 1400 hours at Bindura University.
LFSP Markets Development (MD) has developed an infographic to show how the cattle pen fattening models promoted under the Livelihoods and Food Security Programme (LFSP) to improve smallholders’ access to competitive livestock off-take markets and enhancing their income and resilience by increasing return from their livestock. Download the infographic here. (PDF)
LSFP Markets Development (MD) has developed an infographic on Mechanised Shelling to show how the Livelihoods and Food Security Project (LFSP) is promoting access to, uptake and utilisation of, post-harvest handling/processing equipment. This infographic provides details of a model on the post-harvest mechanical processing of grains as an important component of improving output and profitability … Continue reading INFOGRAPHIC: Mechanised Shelling
This infographic shows how the Zimbabwe Livelihoods and Food Security Programme (LFSP) is improving the food security, nutrition and productivity of smallholder farmers and rural communities in Zimbabwe by co-creating and testing a range of inclusive business models with farmers, agribusinesses and other market actors. Download the infographic. (PDF)
“I have heard people say that farming is for poor people. I agree but add the statement that it is for poor people so that they get rich. I can safely say that I am rich as I can afford to feed myself and my wife throughout the year. I also get a balanced diet … Continue reading Youthful farmer reaps benefits from taking farming as a business
Last mile distribution The £47,635,000 Livelihoods and Food Security Programme (LFSP), which is funded by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID), seeks to improve smallholder livelihoods and strengthen agribusinesses so that they can better implement inclusive business models. With many Zimbabweans involved in smallholder agriculture, they have the potential to help transform the country's … Continue reading NEGOTIATING CHALLENGES TO INCLUSIVE AGRIBUSINESS: How improving smallholders’ access to inputs is strengthening agricultural value chains