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The LFSP programme is being implemented by organisations that specialise in different aspects of the programme. The organisations below work with numerous additional partners to achieve programme objectives.

Food and Agriculture Organization

The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) manages the programme’s Agricultural Productivity and Nutrition component. This component aims to improve food, nutrition and income security among target smallholder farm households. The FAO’s partners include World Vision International, WeltHungerHilfe and Goal.

For more information, contact:
Edward Ogolla (Regional Communications Officer, FAO Southern Africa) – Edward.Ogolla@fao.org

Palladium

Palladium is managing the market development component of the programme. This component is fostering innovative ways of linking farmers’ groups with commercial markets. It aims to increase farm productivity and incomes by distributing innovation grants to market actors in order to strengthen markets for smallholder farmers.

For more information, contact:
Roselinie Murota (Palladium’s LFSP MD Communications Officer) – Roselinie.Murota@thepalladiumgroup.com

Coffey International Development Ltd

Coffey International Development Ltd is providing monitoring, reporting and evaluation for the LFSP programme. This work includes identifying lessons on the most effective ways of supporting livelihoods and tackling food insecurity in Zimbabwe.

For more information, contact:
Duncan Katuramu (MR&E LFSP Communications) – duncan.katuramu@coffeyzw.com

The UK’s Department for International Development

DFID is providing the funding for and strategic direction to the Livelihoods and Food Security Programme (LFSP).

For more information, contact:
Odreck Mukorera (Livelihoods Advisor, DFID Zimbabwe) – o-mukorera@dfid.gov.uk