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Farming 'God's way': Zimbabwe's new plan to end food insecurity

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Cattle at dusk.
Cattle at dusk.
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After going through years of food insecurity, Zimbabwe has turned to an age-old subsistence or conservation agriculture method which does not involve modern-day agriculture equipment - not even ox-drawn ploughs - but traditional hoes.

A United Nations report released in April this year rated Zimbabwe as, globally, one of the economies facing the most acute food shortages. 

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