World Vision International
publication • Thursday, April 5th 2018

Operational Factors for Integrating Nutrition with Agriculture/ Livelihood Programmes

Learning from WV Zimbabwe and WVUK Experience

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The ENTERPRIZE programme (Ensuring Nutrition Transforming and Empowering Rural Farmers and Promoting Resilience in Zimbabwe) is a four-year multi-sector programme in Mashonaland led by World Vision Zimbabwe and is one of 3 sub-projects of the Agricultural Productivity and Nutrition component of the Livelihoods and Food Security Programme in Zimbabwe funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID). It aims to benefit 25,500 farmers directly and 75,650 households indirectly. The ENTERPRIZE programme aims at improving food and nutrition security through coordinated activities across agriculture and health sectors.

This case study was featured in the April 2018 Global Health Community of Practice Webinar: https://www.wvi.org/health/operational-factors-integrating-nutrition-agriculture-livelihood-programmes