Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe

by Hand in Hand Future Trust Zimbabwe
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Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe
Restore 600 rural women's livelihoods in Zimbabwe

Summary

This project will create and enhance climate-smart interventions as a means of livelihood, through entrepreneurship trainings, provision of inputs and infrastructural support. The project will procure 1500 indigenous chicken breeds, supply 2 solar-powered hatcheries and construct 2 brooding fowl runs for 600 resource-limited rural women in Bulilima District of Zimbabwe.

$25
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1
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0
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1
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1
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Challenge

Coupled with economic and political instability, drought and climate change have caused devastating effects on food security and livelihoods of approximately 70% of the Zimbabwean population that derive their livelihood from subsistence agriculture. Women, children and youth are the most affected.

Solution

This project will promote climate-smart interventions as a means of livelihood, through entrepreneurship trainings, provision of inputs and infrastructural support. The project will procure 1500 indigenous chicken breeds, supply 2 solar-powered hatcheries and construct 2 brooding fowl runs for 600 resource-limited rural women in Bulilima District of Zimbabwe. The project will also provide drought -resistant seed packs for the production of supplementary feed.

Long-Term Impact

The project will build socio-economically resilient communities through empowering 600 women with entrepreneurship skills and climate smart technologies ensuring food security, good health and sustainable livelihoods.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

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Organization Information

Hand in Hand Future Trust Zimbabwe

Location: Bulawayo - Zimbabwe
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Project Leader:
Hand In Hand Zimbabwe
Bulawayo, Bulawayo Zimbabwe

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