Delegation to Zimbabwe
08/03/2016 - Local EU statement on the abduction of Itai Dzamara [17 KB]
The European Union Delegation issues the following statement in agreement with the EU Heads of Mission in Zimbabwe:
Today, 9 March 2016, marks the one year anniversary since the abduction of human rights defender and leader of Occupy Africa Unity Square, Itai Dzamara.
The EU Delegation is deeply disappointed at the lack of progress in this case. The fate of Itai Dzamara remains unknown and those responsible for his abduction have yet to face justice.
18/02/2016 - Call for Concept Notes - Zimbabwe Agricultural Growth Programme [54 KB]
The Zimbabwe Agricultural Growth Programme (ZAGP) is financed under the 11th European Development Fund and guided by the National Indicative Programme (NIP) signed earlier this year between the European Union and the Government of Zimbabwe. The programme aims at improving existing poultry and cattle value chains. TechnoServe, as the Coordinator, is seeking Concept Notes for actions aimed at improving existing poultry and cattle value chains to enhance development and economic growth in rural communal areas in Zimbabwe.
27/11/2015 - Notice of completion: Vendors List
The EU Delegation to Zimbabwe announces that the selection process for companies who will be eligible to be invited to participate in low value tenders for up to the next 5 years is now complete.
Working together in Zimbabwe
With EU assistance, farmers accessed fertilizers and technical advice to grow export bananas.A private company,exporting bananas,ensures access to market while providing the seedlings.The farmers also received support to grow maize for food security.
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