Farmers’ Club Sofala & Zambezia

 

Its overall objective was to reduce rural poverty and improve the livelihoods of 14,769 small-scale farmers and their families in selected districts by developing small-scale agriculture and increasing agricultural household income in a sustainable manner.

 

Special focus was given to women as primary producers, female-headed households and young farmers being both men and women.

 

From 2014 to 2018, the project concentrated its activities on:

  • Improving food security by strengthening agricultural diversification and productivity;
  • Marketing and micro-finance: improving market access and financial resources;
  • Household livelihoods: improving environmental, water and sanitation conditions and raising health awareness for farmers and their families.
Farmers-01

14,769

Small scale farmers
Farmers-02

70,000

Indirect beneficiaries (family members)
Farmers-03

312

Farmers Clubs
Farmers-04

14,769

Members trained in agricultural techniques
Farmers-05

1,560

Members trained in club management
Farmers-06

370,000

Tree seedlings produced
Farmers-07

1,600

Homemade silos constructed
Farmers-08

6

Irrigation Systems installed
Farmers-09

150

Savings Groups established

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