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12 Maio 2017


Sixty percent of Zambians are small-scale farmers, who make up many of the nation's poorest people but produce 85 percent of its food

LONDON, May 12 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Zambia's smallholder farmers could be made squatters on their own land as the country opens up to farming multinationals in an effort to boost its economy, said a United Nations expert.


By: Linda Nyondo
Date: September 21st 2016
Source: Zambia Daily Mail

A GROUP of African women including Zambians are next month expected to climb Mount Kilimanjaro to advocate for women’s land rights.

Action Aid communications officer Hellen Mwale confirmed the development in a statement in Lusaka recently.


By: Stephen Brooks
04 December 2015

Joseph Zulu never uses the term “climate-smart agriculture,” even as he proudly points out the fertilizer trees he planted between rows of crops on his field in Zambia’s eastern province. But whether he uses the term or not, Zulu is a wonderful example of how climate-smart agriculture can be incorporated into traditional farming environments.

Land grabbing is on the increase

Forced evictions of ordinary Zambians from their land have become rampant to pave way for development. Rights activists want to intervene and protect local people from land grabbers.

Land grabbing is on the increase

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