CRIDF’s livelihoods project
CRIDF prepares small-scale water infrastructure projects as pilots to provide an entry point and platform for CRIDF to engage with, support and influence key SADC interventions, river basin organisations and national stakeholders.
One of these pilots during CRIDF I involved establishing abstraction, pumping and irrigation infrastructure for two rural communities in Zimbabwe. During CRIDF II the Evidence and Learning team returned to site to determine what worked well and where lessons could be learned.
Take a look at our documentary, summary pamphlet and evaluation report to understand more about what we learned from Kufandada and Bindangombe.