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
The Chitubu Pen Fattening Group in Gokwe North was all smiles recently after receiving its first batch of a beef survival meal. The feed has been secured through the LFSP’s Crisis Modifier initiative. The group's 24 members will each get eighteen 50kg bags which will sustain their beasts until the full restoration of pastures. Areas such … Continue reading Crisis Modifier Survival Feed Roll-out in EXTRA
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.
Here is the Zimbabwe Seasonal forecast for 2019-2020 agricultural season.Download
Preparations for the EAS learning event are at an advanced stage. The team has promised us that the time around it is going to be different. They have hinted that the event will be held out of the city comforts.
LFSP BIOFORTIFICATION LEARNING EVENT PRESS RELEASE 7 August, 2019 The Zimbabwe Livelihood and Food Security Programme (LFSP) is promoting production and consumption of biofortified crop varieties, namely Vitamin A orange Maize (VAM) and High Iron and zinc Bean varieties. These were locally developed through conventional crop breeding processes by Crop Breeding Institute (CBI) of the … Continue reading Biofortification Learning Event – August 2019