Homestead – Going back to our roots

Revisiting our rural homes and rebuilding them

As we go back to our roots we need to think about climate change and food security. Most of the villages are dry lands and need to be green lands. Trees are disappearing at a fast rate and need to be planted especially during the rainy season for the future generations and help with climate change. Cutting trees for fire wood should be forbidden. Stripping trees and grasslands for herbs to make money is not advisable. Dust bowls, land degradation and desertification are eminent if not addressed. The land is passed onto future generations it does not belong to us.

Kuvaka Misha

First Planning Meeting for building Misha both rural and urban. Represented is Domboshava, Bulawayo, Harare & Chikwaka. The number one need is water for any project to succeed. The meeting was focusing on how that would be done and which village we will start with. It was agreed that Gogo Nyamhunga will be the first in line for water provision.

Animal Husbandry