The Smallholder Irrigation Revitalisation Programme (SIRP) is a seven year programme funded by International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) and the Government of Zimbabwe which contributes to the resilience of smallholder farming communities in Zimbabwe. Its goal is to reduce vulnerability of smallholder farmers to: food and nutrition insecurity, climate change effects and economic shocks.
Sustainable Smallholder Irrigation Development component aims to transform low-performing irrigation schemes into fully functional ones in terms of efficient water management and low O&M costs. Department of Irrigation is the lead implementing agent for component 1.Read More
The implementation of SIRP is jointly undertaken by several agencies and organizations working within their specialised fields of competence and mandate. To ensure effective coordination of the different agencies and stakeholders a Programme Steering Committee (PSC)…Read More