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2018
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Donor Perks

We like to thank our financial donors who have demonstrated their amazing support and belief in the Zimbabwe Farm Project's initiatives. The program continues to
2017
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ZFP Program Management

Since project inception at the end of 2015, quarterly oversight trips from the U.S. to Zimbabwe have been taken to ensure that the Zimbabwe Farm
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Sanitation Initiative

Permanent Housing Initiative Flush toilets attached to a septic system are a vital necessity to an overall sustainable development program designed to empower and improve
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ZFP Clean Water Initiative

Gaining access to clean water is at the heart of programs designed to improve the lives of people living in regions of the world in
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Harvest Time! Carrots

Harvesting carrots is relatively straightforward though it requires a lot of bending to get down into the thick of things. We had never planted carrots,
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Planting Potatoes

Basket of Potatoes, Rajiv Ashrafi
Growing potatoes has been a wonderfully enlightening experience. Mr. Tauro, who is the farm manager, recommended planting root and tuber crops. Since he has successfully
2016
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Planting, Growing Organic Carrots

For the fourth planting season, after successful maize and sugar bean harvests, carrots were planted. Unlike our first harvests where irrigation was necessary, this planting
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Growing Organic Maize in Zimbabwe

After we cleared the land, we hired a farmer to advise us on a high demand crop that is a food staple. He recommended corn
2015
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Windpump Restoration Water Project

A wind pump had been installed on the farm by my father for sustainable, low impact living. He had a borehole drilled in order to
Our Next Goals
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Creating Food Security in Africa Using Organic Farming

Zimbabwe Farm Project, Sugar Beans
In countries where food security is a systemic problem, the choice of eating organically grown foods versus those produced by traditional methods is rarely available.