Stepping up efforts for Sustainable Development in Zimbabwe

With time passing and more effects of climate change being felt in Zimbabwe this is a call to step up our efforts. SustainZim is...

Fertilizers, Pesticides, Residential Areas And Water Wells

Farming has long since been in the nature of the Zimbabwean people. It is the backbone upon which our society has built and maintained...

Livestock Production in the Face of Climate Change

Sparsely distributed Mopani vegetation characterised by patches of grass can be noted when entering ward 30 of Buhera District. In some places, vast areas...

Summary of the2017 United Nations Climate Change Negotiations (COP23)

Introduction The climate change talks ended in the morning of the 18th of November 2017 with a clear roadmap for finalization of the rulebook that...

Unicef Green Innovations Hub (GiHub) Phase II Launch

Green Innovations HUB (GiHUB) Phase II is an incubation space which seeks to unlock the potential of young people in contributing to sustainable development...

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...

SustainZim Wins Award

SustainZim named Best Upcoming Community Newspaper at the 2017 Youth Voice Journalist Honours awards. POVOAfrika Trust, the evergreen team behind the quarterly SustainZim newspaper were...

Keeping the Message Alive

Editorial - Issue 08 In this edition of SustainZim our feature article is by Martha Munyoro Katsi from Practical Action. She discusses ëincreasing food security...

Creating opportunities from waste through green partnerships

Recycling start-up calls for green partnerships as a key strategy on the war on waste. Award winning, Unique Innovations (Private) Limited established in 2013 and...

Energy Investiments And Finance Vital For The Developing World Energy Story

Sub-Saharan Africa, South East and Pacific Asia which are Energy poverty impacted Regions need at least 49, 4 billion annually to finance their overall...
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