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Land Reform and Farm Workers
(Weaver Press, 2004)
Determinants of adoption of conservation Agriculture by communal farmers in Masvingo district,Zimbabwe
Conservation agriculture has been advocated as a viable practice to improve productivity, food security and poverty alleviation among communal farm households in Zimbabwe. Previous empirical studies have shown that, despite ...
Factors affecting food and nutrition security in Goromonzi district, Moshonaland East Province of Zimbabwe
This study seeks to establish factors affecting household food and nutrition security in Goromonzi District. It is motivated by the fact that household food insecurity in Goromonzi (11.7 %) is comparatively higher than ...
Climate change impacts on crop production and smallholder farmer livelihoods in Limpopo Province, Northern South Africa
(Daya Publishing House, 2019)
Climate change and variability directly influences the food supply and livelihoods of billions of people, particularly smallholder farmers who depend on climate-sensitive rainfed agriculture. This study investigated the ...
Enhancing underutilised plant species value chains to improve rural economies: A case study of Baobab in Chimanimani District
Commercialisation of natural plant species is widely recognised as a mechanism for improving food security and income, especially for the rural and urban poor. However, studies undertaken by various researchers have revealed ...
An assessment of the sustainability of the food security, protracted relief programe implemented by Non Governmental Organisations in Zimbabwe: A a case of Zimbabwe Red Cross Society (2005 - 2009)
The study focused on the assessment of the sustainability or persistence of positive effects of the Protracted Relief Programme (PRP) implemented by the Zimbabwe Red Cross Society over the period January, 2005 and December, ...
The role of Indigenous Knowledge Systems in coping with food security and climate challenges in Mbire District, Zimbabwe
Agriculture is the main form of livelihood in the Mbire District of Zimbabwe. The district lies in Natural Region IV and the average rains are 650 mm per year and experiences frequent droughts and floods. Weather forecasting ...