Where We Work

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.

In the past, SAT has worked in most rural districts in Zimbabwe as shown on the map below, implementing several agricultural and wildlife development projects for the benefit of smallholder farmers. The wildlife development projects have mainly been concentrated in the South East Lowveld of Zimbabwe, while the agricultural development projects have reached every province in the country.

Current SAT Projects Location
Past SAT Projects Location
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