promotes integrated agrobiodiversity management, environmental
management, food and seed security, water
and sanitation and policy and advocacy
programmes with the objective to promote
sustainable livelihoods. The organization
aims to contribute to increased household
food production and food security through
gender sensitive and social inclusion of
household marginality emanating from HIV
and AIDS, disability and climate change
CTDO strongly believes that sustainable management and use of agro-biodiversity and increased agricultural productivity require an integrated approach, and to this end focuses on bringing farmers and their representative unions, researchers and agricultural extensionists, consumers, policy makers and all other relevant stakeholders together for an integrated approach to its work programmes.
We reach out to over 500 000 people in Zimbabwe annually, particularly the most vulnerable in the target communities.
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