FACHIG collaborates and interacts with other national, regional and international organisations/institutions, which are governmental, private, inter-governmental, NGOs and CBOs
 
PARTNERS(Just to name a few)
 
Best Seller Foundation, DunChurdAid, Oxfam Novib, Department for International Development (DFID), Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), World Vision Zimbabwe, Mercy Corp, Action Aid International, Department of Agricultural, Technical and Extension Services (AGRITEX); Department of Veterinary Services, Livestock Production Department (LPD), Zimbabwe Agricultural Biodiversity Consortium (ZABC), SMEs Department, Ministry of Local Government, Ministry of Women Affairs, Gender, and Community Development, Farmer Unions and Associatioations, Intern tional Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT); ZAVSAP Network (Zimbabwe - Adding Value to Sustainable Agriculture Produce), Zimbabwe Association of Microfinance Institutions (ZAMFI),  Agriculture Coordination and Working group, Participatory Ecological Land Use Management (PELUM) Zimbabwe, Research Institutions and Universities, other NGOs, contractors, agro-dealers

 

HISTORY OF COOPERATION WITH PARTNERS

Implemented the DANIDA Household Agriculture Support Programme 1999-2002

Implemented Oxfam Novib-Funded sustainable agriculture programme 2004-2006

Implemented CRS and FAO-funded emergency agricultural recovery and development programmes 2003-2006

Implemented an EU funded sustainable agriculture programme 2007-2010

Implemented a UNICEF Programme of Support (POS) project 2007-2010

Implemented an MS Zimbabwe (now Action Aid Zimbabwe) funded Trade Justice programme 2004-2011

Gender and Value Chain Development (GENVAD) - (Oxfam Novib) 2012-2015

Implementing a seed programme in partnership with CTDO funded by Oxfam Novib 2015-2017

Implementing a Best Seller/DunChurch Aid funded pro-poor Value chain development programme 2014-2017

Implementing   a Livelihoods and Food Security Programme in partnership with World Vision International, Mercy Corp and ICRISAT funded by DFID/FAO 2014-2017