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Report on Four Household Economy Assessments in Zimbabwe

for the SADC-VAC and Zimbabwe VAC, August 2002

Covering 4 Food Economy Zones:
1. Highveld Prime Communal   2. Mashonaland "Fast Track" Resettlement   3. Mashonaland Commercial Farm Workers   4. North Great Dyke Informal Mining Communities


Save the Children (UK) - Zimbabwe Country Programme - 2nd Draft Report Date: 16th August, 2002

E-mail: inform@scfuk.org.zw

Save the Children (UK), UNDP, the Department of Social Welfare, AREX and Zvimba Rural District Council
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Table of Contents
 
  EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  INTRODUCTION
  ASSESMENT PURPOSE AND METHODOLOGY
1.   Highveld Prime Communal
2.   Mashonaland 'Fast Track' Resettlement
3.   Mashonaland Commercial Farm Workers
4.   North Great Dyke Informal Mining Communities
   Annex 1: Communal Lands included in the 'Highveld Prime Communal' FEZ
   Annex 2: Seasonal Calendar
   Annex 3: Assumptions for Best, Worst and Likely Case Scenarios for FEZs 1 and 2
   Annex 4: Calculations of Food Access as Per ZIMVAC Questionnaire
 
Acknowledgements

Save the Children UK would like to acknowledge the support of the following, who contributed to and/ or supported this assessment:
  • The Office of the Minister of Local Government
  • The Provinical Administrator, Mashonaland East
  • Zvimba Rural District Council
  • AREX, Zvimba and Mashonaland East
  • The Department of Social Welfare, Mashonaland East
  • UNDP Relief & Recovery Unit
  • SADC FANR Vulnerability Assessment Committee
  • The District Administrator's Office, Zvimba District
  • The District Administrator's Office, Goromonzi District
  • The District Administrator's Office, Marondera District
  • The District Administrator's Office, Seke District
  • Communities and local leadership in Goromonzi, Marondera, Seke and Zvimba districts
The opinions expressed in this report are solely those of Save the Children UK.




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