the following is a library of our publications. Here you will find most of the articles that relate to our organisation’s activities and programmes
Latest Annual Report
Community Technology Development Organisation (CTDO) formerly Community Technology Development Trust (CTDT) is an agricultural and rural development organisation established in 1993 and now operates in twenty-one (21) districts of Zimbabwe with sub offices in each district. CTDO’s vision is to ensure that the poorest of rural communities and other vulnerable groups, in particular women, children and the disabled, are food secure and free from hunger in Zimbabwe, SADC and Africa.
Community Seed Banking Concept
The MELANA project under the Food Security and Livelihoods programme has constructed 2 new seed banks in Nkayi and Umzingwane districts with 2 more still under construction in Bubi and Umguza districts.
…CTDO promotes integrated agrobiodiversity management, environmental management, food and seed security, water and sanitation and policy and advocacy programmes with the objectives to promote sustainable livelihoods. The organization aims to contribute to increased household food production and food security (SDG2) through a gender sensitive and social inclusion of household marginality emanating from HIV and AIDS, disability and climate change induced shocks through partnerships (SDG 17). CTDO strongly believes..
CTDO is a private non –governmental organization, registered as a PVO under the PVO Act in Zimbabwe. It was formed in 1993, in response to the livelihoods challenges facing the poor rural communities and households in Zimbabwe and regionally. It now has extensive regional and international linkages….
Year 2013 saw government coming up with a plethora of national policies addressing various
issues including, Agriculture, Climate Change, Water, Environment. CTDO‘s work under the
policy and advocacy pillar influenced some of the Government policies through provision of
candid analytical analysis of the policies; engagement with policy makers and sharing of options.
CTDO helped communities understand public policies through awareness campaigns at national,
regional and international levels…