Rural farmers in Zambia grapple with food insecurity as a result of drought and animal disease outbreaks. From 2001-2013, Land O’Lakes International Development has been investing in Zambia’s dairy, livestock and food production sectors, while also improving the nutritional status of those affected by poor health, including HIV.
ZCL introduced goat production as a means of restoring assets and livestock productive
capacity. Learn More
Transitioned farmers to sustainable livelihoods Learn More
PROFIT increased productivity for local and export markets. Learn More
Increased agricultural production, improved sanitation infrastructure and enhanced the health of vulnerable families Learn More
Built resilience against weather-related disasters Learn More
An essential focus on animal source foods
Dai Harvey’s commitment to improving diets and spurring economic growth through agriculture Read More
They Sharpened My Skills!
A Zambian woman cracks the nut on profitable farming. Read More