China Piloted Breeding Program In Zimbabwe

In the short term, there were 26 households benefiting from the pilot program, with 14 poultry households while the remaining 12 households focused on rabbit farming.0: 00/4: 36 male women who picked up the chicken A day old in Zvimba, Mashonaland West, Zimbabwe, September 29, 2021. Photo: Xinhua Commune.Peter Chivhumbura often raises cocks at its rural farm in Zimbabwe for indoor use and never considered them to be commercially valuable goods. All have changed when he gets Choose to participate in the Pilot Program to raise chickens and rabbits funded by China last year

. The program is being implemented in the Chinese Agricultural Cooperation Demonstration - Zimbabwe (China-Zimbabwe Agricultural Cooperation Demonstration Village) in Ward 28 , Zvimba Prefecture of Western Mashonaland, under China's support and sponsorship through China Aid Fund (China Aid). Ward 28 There are about 2,000 households living mainly based on self-sufficient self-sufficient cultivation . "This program helped us a lot," Chivhumbura said
"First of all, it's an open-minded opening, we don't know that poultry farming is also a way to increase income. "26 Households benefit from the pilot program, with 14 livestock households Poultry while the remaining 12 households focus on feeding rabbits. Each member of the poultry project is awarded 20 hens and 2 roosters, while the people in the rabbit farming project are given 10 rabbits and 2 male rabbits, with all the breeds are central National sponsorship and purchase program with the participation of 10 Chinese agricultural experts aims to technical advice for people in the village, while a poultry seed production center with a capacity of 6,000 eggs also Founded for technical support. Before, the idea of making money from poultry farmers has never even appeared in the head Chivhumbura. Since he started participating in poultry breeding projects, "life Has changed completely, "Chivhumbura said. After selling 600 first poultry, Chivhumbura decided to spend the entire amount of 2,500 USD to continue poultry business. "This program has brought a lot of support, helping our life easily More, "Chivhumbura said. From 8 breeding chickens, he has 100 breeds and estimates at the end of the year will have 600 chickens.Chivhumbura also began sharing the knowledge he got from Chinese agricultural experts with other people in Village. "Currently there are also people who come to poultry farming
Because this is a transmission program, I expect to give an addition to a 20-hen farmers and two roosters to three years Will raise chicken, "he said.andrew Chirenda, community leaders and councilors of Ward 28, said the purpose of the pilot program is to ensure that the whole community benefits." This is an attendance The transfer project, and 26 farmers benefit from this project will also pass on the next 26 farmer households, so maybe in the next two to three years, almost everyone will benefit "Chirenda said. "Farmers' living sources are farming, they can only do farming when rainy, but so far they start having year-round income." The community expresses gratitude for Chinese experts Technical support. "I want to thank the Chinese Aid Fund for this program. The program will have a special impact on the community here in poverty reduction and I really want to thank the Chinese government and the Government Expert of the Chinese Aid Fund has worked with us. We really thank them, really appreciate the Chinese aid fund as a community ".Teckla Manhando, another beneficiary From the pilot program, people sold 500 chickens this year and earned $ 2,000 profit, indicating that the demand for raising chickens is huge. "We hope to find a big market for demand Buying chicken farming is growing, and we need to expand the chicken export market to China, "Manhando said. Returned to the local people called chicken" jog ", have become Popularity with Zimbabwe people because they provide a healthier organic food option. "Chicken jogging without chemicals, they eat natural food. We are home Uyen should eat organic food because genetically modified food is not good for health. China aid fund (employee of the program) taught us that with chicken released, even without much food, they will pry, they can survive, they eat grass, they eat ants , they eat, all that are natural, "Manhando said.Manhando believes that while the chicken has lost a lot of time to raise greater broiler, but the original capital is low and the price of cheap chicken More because they thrive thanks to natural feed, making them an ideal pet for village people with limited resources. The village performed China-Zimbabwe agricultural cooperation, also one Number of initiatives that Tru

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