SAFIRE Commemorates National Fire Week

The government of Zimbabwe has set aside the second week of May as the National Fire Week. This is to enable authorities all over the country to put fire awareness programs in place. This year, SAFIRE organized Fire Week Commemorations in two of the Forest Forces Project wards in Matobo and Lupane districts, under the […]

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Forests Sustainably Managed For Communities, Environment and Shock Resilience (Forest Forces 2014-2018)

The Forest Forces project which is being funded by the European Union (EU) and the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) is being implemented in Matabeleland North, Matabeleland South and Manicaland provinces. The implementing partners are Centre for Applied Social Sciences (CASS), Environment Africa (EA), Practical Action (PA), SAFIRE and the Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (ZELA). […]

Enhancing Nutrition Stepping Up Resilience and Enterprise (ENSURE 2013-2018)

The goal of this USAID funded project is to increase the long term food and livelihood security of more than 500 000 women, men and children in six districts of Manicaland and Masvingo through improvements in maternal/ child health and nutrition, agricultural production and marketing, water and sanitation, risk management and women’s empowerment. The ENSURE […]



Shashi Irrigation Scheme Rehabilitation Project.

The main objective of this project is to improve the water extraction and conveyance infrastructure for the Shashe Irrigation Scheme. The project also aims to establish and sustain lasting irrigation management structures (committees) and agricultural production systems in the scheme by training the committees in irrigation governance, financial management, transformational leadership, record keeping and agronomic […]

Stabilizing Food Security and Enhancing Livelihoods in Zimbabwe (2011-2015)

Implemented in partnership with the Canadian Hunger Foundation (CHF), this project used an integrated approach that targeted vulnerable rural households in four districts of Manicaland and Matabeleland South. The project responded to the acute needs of vulnerable households through short-term input support interventions, while simultaneously addressing the chronic nature of food and livelihoods insecurity by […]

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