Recovering Lost Livelihoods: The case of smallholder plantation crops in Zimbabwe

Elton Mudyazvivi / SNV

Small-scale coffee and tea production used to contribute considerably to household income of smallholder farmers in Zimbabwe, but since the year 2000 when Zimbabwe embarked on an unplanned land reform programme, the resulting economic instability brought
the tea and coffee value chains to a halt. The SNV / World Vision project “Revitalising Smallholder Agriculture Project Zimbabwe” (RSAPZ) targeted 2000 smallholders in Honde Valley in eastern Zimbabwe to revive tea and coffee value chains. 

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Agriculture, fisheries, and food security
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5 pages

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