The Zimbabwe Farmers’ Union sine 2015 has been implementing the ZFU Young Farmers’ Clubs (YFCs) Empowerment and Entrepreneurship project with funding from Barclays Bank in collaboration with the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education and the Ministry of Agriculture, Mechanization and irrigation Development through Agritex Department and the Livestock Production Department (LPD).
The conference aims to discuss key concerns and issues around trade arrangements and practices; identify and discuss key elements to consider in pursuing a trade-driven agricultural transformation agenda and create an opportunity for farmer leaders in southern Africa to better understand the rules, regulations, and key processes (e.g. negotiations and dispute settlements) within which trade happens at global, continental and regional levels as well as in between countries.
The Zimbabwe Farmers’ Union, as the leading farmer representative body which strives to provide exclusive member services to ensure that members produce enough to sustain the nation.
For the longest time farmers have been complaining about high cost of production, in a bid to cushion members, ZFU is reviving its discount facility to members.
Who can save us from the effects of climate change? But who caused it in the first place?
We are part and parcel of the problem, we are part and parcel of the solution, but if we do no act we suffer the most.
Environmental stewardship refers to responsible use and protection of the natural environment through conservation and sustainable practices.
The Zimbabwe Farmers’ Union (ZFU) would like to note the following:
- ZFU is not yet a member of the Federation of Farmers Unions (FoFU) that was launched on the 21st of September 2017 in Harare.
- ZFU is still consulting with its members on this matter and once the consultation process, which will wind up with a Referendum is over, a position will then be communicated.
The Zimbabwe Farmers’ Union partnered Ecofarmer and the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) in a project titled Scaling Up Climate Resilient Solutions (CRSs) for small holder farmers in Zimbabwe.
The project aims at enhancing productivity and adaptation of agriculture to a changing climate.
Nyanzvi dzinoona nezve mamairiro ekunze dzichitungamirirwa ne bazi rehurumende rinoona nezve mamiriro ekunze (Meteorological Services Department of Zimbabwe) dzakagara pasi dzakaita ongororo ye mwaka wa 2017/ 18. Izvi zvakaitwa mushore me ongororo yakaitwa nenyika dzemu SADC (Southern Africa Regional Climate Outlook Forum). Bazi rinoona nezve mamiriro ekunze rakazivisa nyika zvinogona kuvapo mumwaka wa 2017/18.
The 5th edition of the Zimbabwe Youth Agripreneurship Summit (ZYAS) running under the theme, “Inspired to lead and Transform” will be held from the 17th to the 19th
The Zimbabwe Farmers’ Union 77th Annual congress running under the theme “Tenure Security for Sustainable Agricultural Transformation” will be held from the 5th to the 7th of September 2017 in Marondera.
Land tenure security is an area of concern as it has a bearing on ZFU members and Zimbabwean farmers in general.