Sustainable Agriculture Technology
Cimmyt- Drought Tolerant Maize for Africa (DTMA)- Funded by Cimmyt

Cimmyt- Drought Tolerant Maize for Africa (DTMA)- Funded by Cimmyt

These demonstrations are widespread throughout different locations and ecological climate zones...

WFP- Productive Asset Creation (PAC) (Funded by DFID)

WFP- Productive Asset Creation (PAC) (Funded by DFID)

SAT continued the existing partnership with GIZ who provided the complementary support to achieve...

Seeds & Markets Project – GRM (SAMP) –Swaziland

Seeds & Markets Project – GRM (SAMP) –Swaziland

From October 2010, GRM has been implementing a multi country smallholder agricultural development...

Zim-AIED – Funded by USAID

Zim-AIED – Funded by USAID

Zimbabwe Agricultural Incomes and Employment Development Programme (Zim-AIED)-Agribusiness Hub...

Zimbabwe Extension Support and Training (ZEST) - Funded by the EU

Zimbabwe Extension Support and Training (ZEST) - Funded by the EU

The specific aim of the Action is to develop and test methods and means to improve the quality...

  • Cimmyt- Drought Tolerant Maize for Africa (DTMA)- Funded by Cimmyt

    Cimmyt- Drought Tolerant Maize for Africa (DTMA)- Funded by Cimmyt

    Thursday, 15 May 2014 01:44
  • WFP- Productive Asset Creation (PAC) (Funded by DFID)

    WFP- Productive Asset Creation (PAC) (Funded by DFID)

    Saturday, 17 May 2014 20:04
  • Seeds & Markets Project – GRM (SAMP) –Swaziland

    Seeds & Markets Project – GRM (SAMP) –Swaziland

    Saturday, 17 May 2014 20:50
  • Zim-AIED – Funded by USAID

    Zim-AIED – Funded by USAID

    Saturday, 17 May 2014 21:03
  • Zimbabwe Extension Support and Training (ZEST) - Funded by the EU

    Zimbabwe Extension Support and Training (ZEST) - Funded by the EU

    Saturday, 17 May 2014 22:11

The Wildlife in Livelihood Development (WILD) Programme, coordinated by Sustainable Agriculture Technology (SAT), is an EU funded initiative aimed at improving socio-economic and ecological resilience of land-use activities and livelihoods in semi-arid communal areas of Zimbabwe through incorporation of robust wildlife-based land-use enterprise into the mainstream of communal economies. 

The  Communal  Areas  Management Programme  For  Indigenous  Resources (CAMPFIRE),  initiated  in  Zimbabwe  in  the 1980’s  as  a  world  leader  in sustainable Community  Based  Natural  Resource Management  and  Utilisation  (CBNRMU),currently  encompasses  some  square 50,000km– roughly equal in extent  to the National Parks and  Wildlife  Estate  –  and,  as  such,  is  of  vital importance  to  promotion  of  wildlife  and ecosystem  conservation,  wildlife-based  land use  and  tourism  -  so  contributing  to  socioeconomic  and  ecological  resilience  and sustainable  development  in  Zimbabwe. 

In an exciting new phase of CBNRMU evolution and development, the WILD Programme seeks to  pilot  sustainable  alternative  models  to empower communities to  participate  more centrally  in,  and  benefit  from,  CBNRMU enterprises  and  opportunities  appropriate  to semi-arid regions of the country.

 

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