Adaptive agriculture makes a difference in Manicaland

Zimbabwe’s Mutasa district in the country’s eastern Manicaland province is characterized by undulating hills with steep slopes that taper into the plains of the famous Honde valley. The district is home to over 17,000 inhabitants who rely on semi-commercial agriculture for a livelihood derived from raising cattle, goats and chicken. A lot of the land … Continue reading Adaptive agriculture makes a difference in Manicaland

Unlocking Manicaland’s coffee potential

Manicaland refers to the Eastern highlands of Zimbabwe and is an area that is also known for producing high quality Arabica coffee that grows well at high altitudes in a cool climate. This legacy has in recent decades been affected by under capitalisation of the coffee subsector leaving farmers with few options on how to process their harvested … Continue reading Unlocking Manicaland’s coffee potential

New bio-fortified crop demonstration and taste testing programme

GOAL and Welthugerhilfe will implement a bio-fortified crop demonstration and taste testing programme in Makoni district. The successful implementation of this project will inform the development of similar programmes in other districts. For further information, contact Daniel Matimba, Palladium's Monitoring, Evaluation and Knowledge Management Manager, +263 4 290 6821 or