Thematic Areas


Our Farmers’ Clubs model in which farmers are mobilised to engage in farming as a business, contributes to improved agricultural productivity and climate resilience in complimenting government efforts to combat poverty and reduce food insecurity and hunger.


                         This is done through the implementation of Climate Resilience Initiatives that enables vulnerable rural households and communities to increase their resilience by addressing the causes of food and income insecurity in the context of increasing climate risks.

The approach brings smallholder farmers together in target areas to interact with government extension providers and the private sector to improve agricultural production, marketing and micro financing through access to training sessions, model farming, field visits, low cost technical solutions, technical assistance, and exchange of collectively gained experiences and promotion of community services.

Smallholder Farmers' Support Project Southern Province:

The Smallholder Farmers’ Support Program in Southern Province builds resilience for farmers to cope with, and adapt to increased incidence of climate shocks that has intensified their inability to improve their well-being. The project implementation is led by a team of 21 Project Leaders, each working closely with a group of 500 farmers, who are organised in 10 Farmers’ Clubs of 40-60 farmers each.

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Integrated Nutrition & Smallholder Farmer Support Project:

The Integrated Nutrition and Smallholder Farmers’ Support programme aims at promoting diversified agriculture, access to viable and functional markets, managing of food waste, knowledge gaps, as well as promotion of feeding practices and nutrition situation among the targeted beneficiaries. The project is expected, in the long term, to contribute to enhanced resilience against the effects of climate change, and food and nutrition insecurity in the targeted districts.

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Young Farmers’ Club Project:

The Young Farmers’ Clubs in Chibombo come in handy as a solution for the youth to create employment opportunities for themselves. The 300 young farmers promote conservation farming, financial literacy, and marketing of their farm produce as a group. They grow Moringa trees and add value through processing and packaging of the Moringa Powder which they sell under the slogan “Proud to be Rural”.

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