Zimbabwe, Humanitarian Early Recovery and Development in Gutu and Zaka Districts

Emergency Food Assistance
Young people from Denhere village in Zimbabwe offloading mealie meal from a truck
Implementing Partner: Pentecostal Assemblies of Zimbabwe
Lead Member: ERDO
People Served: 6,892
Budget: $462,751
Timeline: April 2021 - December 2023

ERDO is working with the Pentecostal Assemblies of Zimbabwe (PAOZ) in the Gutu and Zaka districts in southern Zimbabwe.

These communities are experiencing drought, hyperinflation, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The project will provide in-kind food assistance during the 2021-22 lean season for 1,160 households (6,892 individuals) over seven months. The project will also provide agricultural inputs, training in conservation agriculture and vegetable farming, provide small livestock, establish savings and loans groups, and restore access to a community water source.

The project will provide gender and gender-based violence training for participants.

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