INFOGRAPHIC: The Co-creation of Business Models within LFSP

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)

Youthful farmer reaps benefits from taking farming as a business

“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

Plastic Pays: Securing smallholder incomes through mobile money and card payments

 Navigating cash shortages and illiquidity in Zimbabwe. The economy has been a real worry for many people in Zimbabwe for several years. The economic downturn has led to illiquidity, cash shortages, inflation and subdued economic activity. This has an impact across the country with as many as 43% of Zimbabweans describing their economic situation as … Continue reading Plastic Pays: Securing smallholder incomes through mobile money and card payments