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Zimbabwe Projekte 2014, Simbabwe projects 2014


33 current projects
14.5 m. € funding in 2022
2,534,000 people reached in 2021

Recurring droughts coupled with economic instability and persistent extreme inflation characterize Zimbabwe's economic situation: the previously flourishing commercial agriculture as well as the industry have been severely impacted. Unclear property ownership and a corresponding drastic decline of investments in the agricultural sector lead to high unemployment and food insecurity, which now affects the daily lives of many people. It is above all the youth in rural areas who no longer see any opportunities in small-scale farming - even though there are certainly success stories of small farms, which could form the backbone of the local economy. The rural exodus is also increasingly leading to poverty and a decline in quality of life for many people in the cities. A lack of income opportunities, high food prices and inadequate health care infrastructure are responsible for the fact that almost a third of children under the age of 5 suffer from chronic malnutrition.

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New Beginnings with Sustainable Agriculture

In Zimbabwe Welthungerhilfe is educating people on modern cultivation methods.

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