Feed formulation crop production- maize n Soya beans Goromonzi
Feed Formulation Crop Production – Maize n Soya Beans Goromonzi
Beef Enterprise Strengthening and Transformation
Beef Enterprise Strengthening and Transformation
Egg production Mutare farmer
Egg production Mutare farmer



Beef Enterprise Strengthening and Transformation (BEST)

The BEST project covers 10 districts in Zimbabwe, and seeks to enable at least 10,000 small to medium scale beef producers to derive improved benefits through a series of interventions that address identified bottlenecks in the beef value chain.


Reviving the Exports of Oranges and Paprika and Exploring the Niche of Saffron (REOPENS)

The REOPENS project (February 2020 to July 2023) is part of a broader programme between the EU and the Government of Zimbabwe – the Zimbabwe Economic Partnership Agreement (ZEPA), which seeks to promote…


Enhancing the Resilience of Vulnerable Households in Zimbabwe (ERVHIZ)

Since November 2021, SAT has been implementing the ERVHIZ project in six districts in Matabeleland South – Beitbridge, Bulilima, Gwanda, Insiza, Matobo and Mangwe. ERVHIZ targets 88,000 rural households in…



Livelihoods and Food Security Programme (LFSP)

LFSP was funded by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) through the Food and Agriculture Organization…

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Strengthening Community Action and Law Enforcement Against Poaching (SACLE AP)

The USAID-funded SCALE AP project was implemented by SAT in partnership with the Gonarezhou Conservation Trust (GCT) and…

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Inclusive Poultry Value Chain (IPVC)

The IPVC project was funded by the European Union (EU) from 1st February 2019 to 30th September 2022. IPVC was one of the six projects under the…



SAT works in regions where there are enormous opportunities for smallholder farmers to develop sustainable business models, as well as in semi-arid and arid regions of Zimbabwe where several tried and tested agroecological practices are promoted to improve crop and livestock production and post-harvest management and rangeland management. Currently, SAT has ongoing agriculture and wildlife development projects in 14 rural districts of Zimbabwe, and these are Beitbridge, Bulilima, Chipinge, Chiredzi, Gwanda, Insiza, Lupane, Matobo, Makoni, Mangwe, Masvingo, Murehwa, Mwenezi and Umguza. SAT also works in peri-urban areas in Harare and Mutare, supporting smallholder poultry producers to increase their share from the poultry value chain and to reduce the costs of production. In its work to strengthen agricultural colleges and convert them into agricultural centres of excellence, SAT is partnering with the Chibero Agricultural College in Norton and Matopos Research Station in Bulawayo. Read More…

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