Enhancing food security through solar-powered irrigation in Matabeleland

Introduction The climate in Gwanda is referred to as a local steppe type of weather. During the year there is little rainfall averaging 477mm, with...

Young Africa Zimbabwe offers Solar Technology Courses

The mission of YA is to empower young people through vocational and technical skills training combined with life skills and entrepreneurship training. Accordingly, we...

Sustainable Development Cartoons by Tafadzwa Tarumbwa

Green Agents, Luthando and Masimba are super heroes dedicated to restoring the earth’s dignity and preservation through adherence to principles of living ‘green’. Being...

Winners of the 2015/16 Green Innovations Hub

Igniting Green Innovation, Catalysing Change The Green Innovations Hub (GiHUB) is an incubation space which seeks to ignite social change and unlock the potential of...
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Muunganirwa Fish Project

 About the Village Muunganirwa Village is located in Ward 14 Muchapondwa, Bindura District. The village is under Chief Musana and the local Village Head...

The Climate ‘is’ Changing

As we draw closer to this year's elections, it is important that we put in place a government that prioritises the environment and climate...

Redefining Development in the Age of Climate Change

Climate change has slowly grown to be a complex challenge in the early years of the 21st century.  Its effects on development is profound...

Behavior change: The panacea to climate change

The Lupane State University Climate Justice Club was formed with the drive to change existing perceptions about climate change. The club is also raising...

Putting Value in Waste

This is a Project under the Save Our Environment Trust’s (SOET) Waste Management and Renewable Energy Programme banner. From its inception May 2016 in...

The Kariba REDD+ Project

Last December, nearly 200 governments signalled the end to the fossil fuel era, agreeing to, for the first time, a universal agreement to...
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