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Value Chain Alliance for Livestock Upgrading and Empowerment (VALUE)

The Value Chain Alliance for Livestock Upgrading and Empowerment (VALUE) is focusing on transforming and promoting the goat and pork value chains in Zimbabwe. VALUE will be implemented in 20 districts (12 for the goat value chain and 8 for pork value chain) from six provinces namely Manicaland, Matabeleland South, Matabeleland North, Mashonaland Central, Mashonaland East and Mashonaland West.

ActionAid Zimbabwe is collaborating with Mercy Corps and COSV together with four livestock private sector players, Braford Enterprises, Shamiso Farms, Michview Enterprises and Zvikomborero Farm in implementing the project. Ministry of Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Resettlement departments namely AGRITEX and Department of Veterinary Services will lead project implementation in respective districts. The project seeks to improve the capacity of smallholder farmers especially women and youths to improve their goat and pig breeds, production and productivity, facilitate access to viable markets and organizational efficiencies. 

VALUE seeks to scale up and upgrade the value chains to supply safe, quality-assured livestock and meat products along the six targeted transport/production corridors feeding into in Zimbabwe’s two major meat markets of Harare and Bulawayo.

Project Resources

The Journey of the VALUE Project's Goat Breeding Stock from Namibia 

VALUE Consortium Imports 245 Top Quality Pig Breeds from South Africa

Trainings on Commercialisation for Small and Medium Scale Farmers Yielding Positive Results

VALUE Imports Goats from Namibia

Pork Value Chain Integrator Tackling Pig Production Challenges in Mashonaland West Province

Pig Producers Business Syndicates Set to Transform Fortunes for Small and Medium Scale Farmers

Goat Producers Business Associations to Drive Commercial Efforts of Small and Medium-scale Farmers

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