Improved Food Security in Lupane

Improved Food Security in Lupane

This project takes place in the Lupane District, in Matabeleland, Zimbabwe. The aim of the project is to improve food security for 850 learners in 4 schools. In addition, the project will establish 4 school managed keyhole gardens which will act as an exit point to ensure sustainable resilience of the feeding project.

The selected schools are:

1. Mzola 27 Primary School

2. Manganganga Primary School

3. Phumakanye Primary School

4. Sitshongo Primary School


Project Objectives:

·   To improve food security for the children in Matabeleland North Province

·  To increase awareness of school nutrition and garden management among school authorities and community members in 4 Matabeleland North Province schools. This includes: 40 members and 40 School Development Committee members trained in keyhole garden management and importance of school nutrition.

The project contributes to Good Health and Well-Being (SDG # 3), Peace Justice and Strong Institutions (SDG # 16) and Partnership (SDG # 17) in accordance with the current UN Sustainable Development Goals.


  • Project No.: 136
  • Categories: Zimbabwe , Southern Africa , Food Security
  • Budget: 499.940
  • Project Manager: Charlotte Schuldt
  • Partner Organization: Christian Youth Volunteers Association Trust (CYVAT), Care4People (C4P), Danish Emergency Relief Fund (DERF)