Category: Climate

Calum Philp, Maging Director of ProDairy

ProDairy seeks to boost production to meet the national milk demand

ProDairy, a new dairy company within ProBrands has imported 600 heifers from South Africa, bought irrigation equipment and feed from the invested US$6 million in pursuit...

Kazumi Ikeda-Larhed (L), The Deputy-Director, Partnerships and South-South Cooperation Division of FAO

FAO partners with PAP to engage African youth in the ‘Zero Hunger’ campaign

The Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) will further enhance its partnership with the Pan African Parliament in a bid to ensure that significant numbers of youths...

Edgar Mbwembwe, Member of Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Environment, Water, Climate and Hospitality Industry

Miners indiscriminately destroying the environment

By Byron Mutingwende   The Marange Development Trust has bemoaned the indiscriminate destruction of the environment by miners in the diamond area of Manicaland....

School feeding at Matenda Primary School in Zvishavane

School feeding programme an essential tool for development: Mohadi

By Byron Mutingwende   School feeding is an essential tool for development since it fosters food and nutrition security, Vice President Kembo Mohadi has said....

Coal India report finds renewables will ‘substantially decrease’ coal demand

By Megan Darby for Climate Home News Coal India, the state-owned monolith that produces almost all of the country’s coal, sees a slowdown coming, according to an...

World Bank presents nutrition feedback to help Zim reduce stunting growth

In trying to reduce the stunting growth of children and understand the current nutrition context in Zimbabwe that would lay the future advocacy, resource mobilisation...

Communities benefit from Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund

By Byron Mutingwende   The Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund (ZRBF) is increasing the capacities of communities to protect development gains and achieve improved...

Climate change affecting stability across West Africa and Sahel: UN

By Megan Darby for Climate Home News The UN Security Council has identified climate change as a driver of conflict across West Africa and the Sahel, in a statement...

Heat waves spell disaster for Zimbabwean agriculture

By Byron Mutingwende   Zimbabwe is on the brink of famine following a dry spell experienced countrywide and in the entire region that has seen most crops wilting....

Attaining energy sector vision impeded by challenges

By Byron Mutingwende   The noble undertaking of working towards the vision of achieving universal access to sustainable energy in Zimbabwe is being impeded by a...