Beating Hunger, The Chivi Experience
A community-based approach to food security in Zimbabwe
|2 Background to the project|
|3 Choosing Chivi district|
|4 Investigating needs|
|5 Planning project activities|
|6 Training for transformation|
|7 Technology choices|
|8 Technical outcomes|
|10 Gender issues|
|11 Understanding the process|
|12 Beyond Chivi|
|13 The theory behind the practice|
|Appendix 1 Project chronology|
|Appendix 2 Financial assessment|
Kuda Murwira has worked with NGOs and other organisations involved in agriculture and rural development providing expertise in participatory development approaches, extension and training, and organizational development processes.
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