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Over 1 million small-scale farmers have been positively impacted by promoting agroecological practices. 


PELUM Zimbabwe began when the regional PELUM Association was launched in 1995. During its early years PELUM Zimbabwe was active in networking, capacity-building and it established the PELUM College Zimbabwe, the first agro-ecological school without walls in Southern Africa where trainings on agro-ecology were conducted. 

PELUM Zimbabwe works through its member organizations who in turn work with small scale farmers in Zimbabwe. Member organizations are local organizations legally registered to operate in Zimbabwe to provide training and/services to communities to promote sustainable livelihoods and have a record of such work/service of at least two years. 

Our vision

Communities in East, Central and Southern Africa are self-organized and able to make choices towards an improved quality of life that is socially, economically and ecologically sustainable

Our mission

To upscale participatory ecological land use management practices for improved nutrition security, livelihoods and environmental sustainability.

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