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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 ...
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 ...
The food security environment nexus in urban agriculture in Harare
(Weaver Press, 2008)
Externally fostered processing and marketing of non-timber forest products (NTFPs), contribution to household income, the analysis of opportunities and challenges in the value chain
(University of Zimbabwe, Faculty of Commerce, 2016-12)
This article reflects on the contribution of externally fostered processing and marketing of selected non-timber forest products (NTFPs) in marginal districts of Zimbabwe and assesses the opportunities and challenges ...