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After-Action Review of the Early Warning Messaging Activity under the Scaling up Early Warning and Anticipatory Action for Agriculture and Food Security Project (EWAA) in Zimbabwe

The Scaling up Early Warning and Anticipatory Action for Agriculture and Food Security Project (EWAA) has collaborated with the Enhanced Resilience for Vulnerable Households in Zimbabwe Project (ERVHIZ) in Gwanda and Matobo districts of Matabeleland South…

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Assessment
Source:
FAO
Posted:
05 Aug 2022
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Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: Livelihood Baseline Assessment Report: Matebeleland South | Masvingo provinces, November - December 2021

INTRODUCTION Cyclone Idai, which affected Zimbabwe in March 2019, particularly impacting Manicaland and Masvingo provinces caused tremendous damage to infrastructure, household shelters and community livelihoods. Despite support from government and partners to the communities so far, there…

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Assessment
Source:
Govt. Zimbabwe, IOM, USAID
Posted:
07 Mar 2022
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Zimbabwe: Household Livelihood Intention Survey Report (Manicaland | Masvingo | Matabeleland south provinces), November – December 2021

Overview 11 Wards covered in 2 districts 599 Households assessed in 92 villages 68% intend to start poultry project 264 Internally displaced persons (IDPs) households 355 Vulnerable Host households Methodology IOM, in partnership and close coordination with the Government of Zimbabwe, conducted DTM…

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Assessment
Source:
IOM, USAID
Posted:
07 Mar 2022
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Zimbabwe Market Assessment: Market Functionality Index, May 2021

ZIMBABWE NATIONAL MARKET ASSESSMENT: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Background Zimbabwe is experiencing its worst protracted humanitarian crisis in over a decade, owing to persistent climatic and economic shocks. While recurring drought and failed harvests have been the biggest drivers of…

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Assessment
Source:
WFP
Posted:
22 Jun 2021
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Zimbabwe

Productive Water Technologies to enhance resilience for smallholder farming households in Chiredzi and Mberengwa - Baseline Assessment Report (October 2020)

CARE International in Zimbabwe is implementing the Productive Water Technologies to enhance Resilience for Smallholder Farming Households initiative, within two existing CARE resilience building projects. The LDSC-funded intervention will complement the software components of two ongoing…

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Assessment
Source:
CARE
Posted:
11 Dec 2020
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