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WFP capacitates Arex workers with 635 tablets

The gadgets will also assist farmers to be more productive and viable through improved extension access.
By Freeman Makopa May. 17, 2023

Authorities must address factors militating against sustainable livelihoods

Government should address lack of organisation.
By AMH Voices May. 9, 2023

20% drop in food-insecure households

The findings show that in typical deficit-producing areas, households are likely to continue selling livestock to earn income for food and non-food needs.
By Freeman Makopa Apr. 28, 2023

WFP disburses US$2,1m in cash transfers to needy

Earlier this year, WFP disclosed that it had spent at least US$40 million assisting 700 000 vulnerable communities around the country during the lean season.
By Freeman Makopa Apr. 26, 2023

WFP unveils US$11,3m cover for climate risks

This comes as the weather conditions during the first quarter of the year were characterised by heavy rains, while the remainder experienced prolonged dry spells.
By Tatira Zwinoira Apr. 11, 2023

We need at least one observer at every polling station

Soon after attaining independence, government embarked on a deliberate effort to ensure that every Zimbabwean had essential reading and writing skills.
By AMH Voices Mar. 29, 2023

Malawians search for relatives buried under the mud as death toll jumps

While the storm had dissipated, rain continued to hamper rescue efforts as vehicles struggled on flooded roads.
By Reuters Mar. 19, 2023

Zimbos turn to mopane worms as hunger bites

As a result, traditional income-generating activities such as selling vegetables and fruit, barter trade, and casual labour have been on the decline.

Govt pledges grain to hungry communities

This comes as statistics have indicated that 3,8 million people in the country are food insecure and require urgent assistance.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 21, 2023