Inclusive and transformative red meat value chains in Malawi and Zimbabwe

Enhancing livelihoods of 5000 smallholder women and youth by reducing barriers, facilitating meaningful participation in the red meat value chain and capacitating them to become confident and competitive producers who are market-orientated and market-ready.

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The project is implemented through four components supported by cross-cutting technical assistance, particularly in Knowledge Management and Learning, Gender and Youth, Monitoring and Evaluation, Climate Change and Digital Solutions.

Adopt best-bet technologies on livestock feed, fodder production, farmers told

FARMERS have been urged to adopt use of best-bet technologies on livestock feed and fodder production as well as development of structured market infrastructure to benefit the agriculture value chain.


Do you have questions about the project, need assisitance, or would you like to partner with us?
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Sikhalazo Dube

 +263 77 9566048  

Matopos Research Station PBK 5137 Bulawayo, Zimbabwe