The Zimbabwe Seed Sovereignty Programme

The Zimbabwe Seed Sovereignty Programme

ZSSP was formed in 2014 by a collaborative of 7 NGOs in Zimbabwe with the aim of 1. Sustainably strengthening community based seed growers 2. Raising national understanding of key seed-related laws, policies and practices 3. Demanding seed policies that protect seed sovereignty 4. Contributing to research on diverse genetic materials and best practices in community seed systems. This film was made as part of a collaborative learning project supported by The Agroecology Fund and New Venture Foundation.

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  1. Stacia Nordin     September 8, 2022 at 2:11pm

    Thank you for this overview of ZSSP – we do this as well at home in Malawi. I’d love to download and share it widely for promotion, but there is no date to know if it is current and no contact information. It’s great all the same, but hard to share to capture other’s interest and action.

  2. Rosemary     September 19, 2022 at 8:24pm

    Dear Stacia, this information on The Zimbabwe Seed Sovereignty Programme was posted in 2019, so not necessarily up-to-date and we have not followed their activities closely as of late. Thank you, Swift Foundation Staff

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