Video: Climate-smart Agriculture Guides

Meet the young women transforming agriculture in rural Zimbabwe

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"I encourage young women to get into farming, through agriculture they can be independent"

Hear from some of our experts in climate-smart agriculture in rural Zimbabwe – members of the CAMFED Association of women leaders educated with CAMFED support. They are growing sustainable businesses and supporting community members with vital skills to improve their yields, nutrition and climate resilience, while protecting the planet. With their profits, our young leaders are sending more vulnerable children to school, and inspiring girls to dream big.

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