Save the Children (UK) greatly appreciates the support of the local authorities in Siakobvu and Kariba in assisting with the preparation for this assessment, and in providing staff to participate in the information collection. The participation of the following departments and organisations was vital for the success of the assessment:
Our thanks also go to the Department of Social Welfare in Hwange for seconding an officer trained in the Household Economy Approach to participating the assessment.
- Kariba District Administrator's Office
- Nyaminyami Rural District Council (Drought Relief Office)
- Ministry of Health and Child Welfare
- Department of Social Welfare
- Department of Veterinary Services
The assessment could not have taken place without the participation of the Chiefs, Councillors, headmasters and teachers, and especially the communities in Nyaminyami in interviews.
This survey report is published by Save the Children (UK).
SC (UK), in collaboration with partner organisations and with funding from DFID,
has published a series of food security and livelihood assessment and nutrition survey reports over the last 12 months:
These reports are available from Save the Children UK, 10 Natal Road, Belgravia, or by e-mail
- Binga Household Economy Assessment вЂ“ June 2001
- Kariba (Nyaminyami) Household Economy Assessment вЂ“ July 2001
- Chihwiti & Gambuli Informal Settlements (with FCTZ) вЂ“ September 2001
- Shackleton Mine Compound, Chinhoyi (with IPA) вЂ“ November 2001
- Ingozi Mine, Bulawayo (with IPA) вЂ“ November 2001
- Binga District Nutrition Survey вЂ“ December 2001
- Kariba (Nyaminyami) District Nutrition Survey вЂ“ February 2002
- The Livelihoods of Commercial Sex Workers in Binga вЂ“ April 2002
- Vulnerability in Zimbabwe, 2002-03 вЂ“ May 2002
- Binga District Household Economy Assessment вЂ“ June 2002
- Binga District Nutrition Survey #2 вЂ“ June 2002