Integrated Climate Risk Management for Food Security and Livelihoods in Zimbabwe focusing on Masvingo and Rushinga Districts
Supporting the long-term adaptation of vulnerable and food-insecure Zimbabwean households, comprising 50,000 people, of whom 66 percent are women
While 70 percent of Zimbabwe’s population relies on rain-fed agriculture, climate change and variability have decreased cultivable lands across the country.
This project will strengthen national and community adaptation based on climate forecasts and information. It will increase the adaptive capacity of food-insecure households through community-based asset creation and risk transfer through weather- index insurance. Subsequently, the investment capacity of smallholder farmers to sustain climate resilient development gains will be enhanced.
This project has an estimated lifespan of 10 years.
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Chief, Climate and Disaster Risk Reduction Programmes Unit
Via Cesare Giulio Viola 68, Rome, Italy
Programme Policy Officer, Climate and Disaster Risk Reduction Programmes Unit
Climate and Disaster Risk Reduction Programme Unit, WFP, Rome, Italy
National Designated Authority
Climate Change Management Department, Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate
Director - Climate Change Management Department
Climate Change Management Department, 11th Floor, Kaguvi Building, Corner 4th Street/Central Avenue, Harare, Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe