2017
CURRENT
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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
5/8

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
4/28
4/12

Zimbabwe News by CGTN Africa (YouTube)

Zimbabwe. 11th March 2016, Roadside vendors selling vegetables in rural Zimbabwe, Photo by Herb Klein via Shutterstock
CGTN provides update to date information about all things affecting the Continent. Today, they published a YouTube video which demonstrates the need for projects such
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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
2/23

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,
1/26

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
11/20

Planting, Growing Organic Carrots

Women Weeding Carrot Field
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
12/20

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
9/25

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.