Researching Strategies to Improve Food Security and Promote Economic Development

TechnoServe, with funding from the European Union, is researching programming to help enable the European Commission to achieve the goal of helping to address core issues currently faced by agricultural industry players and poor households in Zimbabwe, as well as inform future thinking and program design.The three-year project, which began in 2013, has conducted research on three categories including agricultural related research, entrepreneurship research, and cross-cutting topics such as access to capital and assets and gender.