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Our Work

Bread For The World

Bread for the World is currently supporting PELUM under the project is titled “Enhancing networking and adoption of agroecological practices in rural Zambian communities to improve livelihoods

Overall goal

Improve livelihoods, food and nutrition security, and environmental sustainability


  • Ensure crop diversity in small scale farms in selected districts has increased
  • Ensure networking and collaboration among PELUM Zambia and its member organizations is enhanced
  • Ensure National Agriculture policy takes into account input from PELUM network

Rosa Luxenberg Stiftung

PELUM is implementing a project supported by ROSA LUXENBERG titled “Strengthening farmer voices in SADC and COMESA region.”

Overall goal

  • To foster an enabling policy environment for the promotion of a just food system and a functional farmer managed seed system.


  • Strengthen collective voice and actions among the small scale food producers and non-state actors to enhance fairness, justice and sustainability in the food system.

To foster policy change against agrarian extractivism and corporate hegemony.

Knowledge Hub For Organic Agriculture in Southern Africa

KHSA is part of the Knowledge Centre for Organic Agriculture in Africa (KCOA), a collaborative country-led partnership funded by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and non-governmental organisations across Africa. The project aims to scale up adoption of organic farming practices through five knowledge hubs in Africa over a four-year period. The South African-based Sustainability Institute supports project implementation in the region. Activities are focused in Zambia, led by Participatory Ecological Land Use Management (PELUM) Zambia; in Namibia led by the Namibia Nature Foundation (NNF) in collaboration with the Namibian Organic Association (NOA); and in South Africa led by the South African Organic Sector Organisation (SAOSO). The project has also extended to Malawi bringing on board Kusamala and Soils, Food and Health Communities organisations. The other hubs are implemented by GIZ in North, West and Eastern and Central Africa.

KHSA goal: To provide validated and context-specific technical knowledge on organic agriculture to stakeholders in Southern Africa to promote widespread adoption of the approach.

KHSA objectives:

  • Gather and validate technical and methodological knowledge of organic agriculture along the value chain.
  • Disseminate locally adapted validated technical and methodological knowledge on organic agriculture through the value chain and to government and consumer stakeholder groups.
  • Strengthen market linkages and consumption patterns for organic products.
  • Support coordination of stakeholders in the sector