Conservation Farming Training
Conservation farming training will help aspiring farmers in Zimbabwe with the resources and training needed to make their crops flourish in difficult conditions.
ORDER YOUR GIFT
Photo: Richard Wainwright / Act for Peace
Farmers in Zimbabwe are extremely vulnerable to the dry, harsh conditions of drought making it difficult to produce crops. Conservation farming teaches men and women techniques that build on their skills with enhanced soil fertility, precision mulching, organic composting, crop rotations and water management.
The crops from conservation farming provide essential food for rural farming communities. Your gift will help farmers learn how to manage their crops and land effectively, even when rainfall is scarce.
“We got a big harvest with conservation farming, we were overwhelmed with joy. There was peace in our household when food was available each day, and into the future.”
- Judith, Conservation Farmer.
More ways to take action
Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya families have fled from violence and persecution in Myanmar. Currently living in makeshift camps in Bangladesh, they urgently need our help.
By giving a monthly gift, you can help bring safety, justice and dignity to people around the world who have fled from conflict and natural disasters.
Take the Act for Peace Ration Challenge during Refugee Week (June 2018) to raise money in support of refugees who have lost everything, and challenge perspectives – including your own.