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£40raised of £10,000 target by 2 supporters

    Weʼve raised £40 to buy a truck for rural irrigation scheme in Zimbabwe to take produce to market and avoid exploitation by merchants who force prices down.

    Funded on Saturday, 30th March 2019

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    Nsukamini irrigation scheme is a very productive project with the potential of lifting many families out of poverty and food insecurity. However, for lack of transport to take their produce to markets, the farmers are being exploited by middlemen from the city who resell their produce at market prices, robbing the farmers of their profits.

    Some farmers have given up farming and resorted to illegal gold mining which is risky, dangerous and not sustainable.

    Compassion for Communities (charity no. 1169275), is appealing for your assistance to help the community break away from exploitation.



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    • Michael Kennedy

      Michael Kennedy

      May 31, 2018


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      May 31, 2018


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    Rev. Dr. Joseph Zulu

    Rev. Dr. Joseph Zulu

    Founder and Chair of Trustees of Compassion for Communities (charity no. 1169275).

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