Category: Climate

Africa geographic says there is no link between elephants and loss of trees

Elephants and trees

By Africa Geographic Editorial “Elephant damage!” is now a common phrase in reaction to the sight of fallen trees, and landscapes bereft of trees. The apparent loss...

The Zimbabwe Fertiliser Company Blending Plant

New Fertiliser Blending Plant Commissioned

By Joyce Mukucha and Anyway Yotamu Driven by the commitment to play a pivotal role in the revival of the nation in the agriculture industry, the country’s largest...

Resilience building also increasing agricultural production

Global Resilience Partnership announces 16 new Innovation Challenge winners

Mentoring scheme supports innovators working on novel solutions to build resilience in the Horn of Africa, the Sahel, South Asia and Southeast Asia The Global...

Agro-ecology is recognised worldwide as a system that enhances fertile landscapes

The attack on agro-ecology

By Sujatha Byravan Powerful lobbies with vested interests see agro-ecology as a threat to their influence on farming systems Agro-ecology is recognised worldwide as a...

UN Summit on Sustainable Development Goals has kicked off in New York

UN Summit on Sustainable Development Goals kickstarts ambitious action to deliver for people and the planet

States, businesses and civil society gear up for decisive decade for Agenda 2030 Four years after the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and with...

The World Food Programme (WFP) Zimbabwe Country Director, Eddie Rowe and US Ambassador to the Republic of Zimbabwe, Brian Nichols

USAID Provides Additional US$41, 9 Million to Boost Zimbabwe’s Food Security

By Joyce Mukucha The United States(US) Government through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has provided an additional of US$ 41, 9 million...

In Zimbabwe, the World Food Programme is among critical stakeholders working to tackle root causes of hunger

Rural Communities Survive on Wild fruits as Food Shortages Increase

By Joyce Mukucha According to surveys and researches, it is estimated that 70 percent of the Zimbabwean population reside in rural areas and approximately, 80 percent of...

Participants at the Sustainable Forest Management Impact Programme Workshop

FAO Spearheading Sustainable Forest Management Impact Programme

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is leading the process to design and formulate a project document under the Global Environment Facility...

Livestock sharing borehole water with people in Shurugwi

Livestock sharing borehole water with Shurugwi residents

By Abigail Mzimbawakhe (Midlands Correspondent) Wards in Shurugwi are facing a critical shortage of water as they are sharing water from the few boreholes with...

Tirivamwe Gardening Scheme in Shurugwi affected by drought

Drought Affecting Gardening Schemes in Shurugwi

By Abigail Mzimbawakhe (Midlands Correspondent) Gardening schemes that have been assisting Shurugwi residents with food and vegetables have been affected by drought. A...