Farmers in Chivi, Zimbabwe need your help!

The Farmer’s Club consists of local farmers from the districts of Chivi and Mutasa in Zimbabwe. The Farmer’s Club teaches sustainable farming methods and small business growth! Chivi is in a much drier area, and as such, is in need of more assistance to help these farmers keep their crops growing!

We are currently working with DAPP (Development Aid from People to People) trying to help the farmers of Chivi raise money to build multiple weir dams to help catch the rainfall that will be coming in the next few months!!! Without these weir dams they will not be able to secure enough water for their crops during the dry season. Without those crops they will not have enough food to eat nor enough to sell to markets.

Help to support farmers in Chivi, Masvingo, Zimbabwe to maintain their way of living by making a donation today!!!

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