In the face of Zimbabwe’s food crisis, many people point to the current drought as the primary culprit. However, upon closer examination, it is clear that there is a more nuanced reality. Traditionally, Zimbabwean farmers relied on age-old practices, cultivating crops with seeds that cost almost nothing. This model sustained
Currently, in Zimbabwe, chickens and crops vital to their communities are dying due to the unforgiving drought gripping the country. Farmers are being put out of work and many of their families are going hungry. As we face the pressing challenge of water scarcity, we must come together to ensure