Chiyubunuzyo village surveys: Simchembu and Nenyunga Wards, Gokwe North, 1997
"As a pilot programme under PAAP, the Chiyubunuzyo Programme is building the capacity of communities to tackle poverty. In one of the most deprived and isolated areas in Zimbabwe, Simchembu and Nenyunga Wards in Gokwe North, 153 young participants from a background of extreme poverty are carrying out their own research ... In 1997, a variety of surveys were conducted ... The results of the surveys are presented here"--Introd.
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Survey of Simchembu IIA
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adult literacy programs Agriculture boreholes Bulawayo bus stop business centre communal farmers Community Mobilization Unit Cultural Aspects dams domestic animals domestic workers donkeys drought Dube Economic Aspects Education and Skills equipment families Farmers earn farming firewood forced to walk Gokwe North grinding and cooking groundnuts Harare high transport fees hoes households illiteracy rate illiterate income Kupo Labour land lives and living living conditions Lunga main crops maize majority of residents marketing depot Munsaka Natural Resources Ncube Nenyunga Wards Ntobolo Number of Adults Nyoni plough Political Aspects poor water poverty primary school problem products to market rain makers rainy season Sabala secondary school sell Sengwa River Sibanda Simchembu IIA Simchembu ward Small Enterprises sorghum special skills spirit mediums toilets Tonga language Tshuma village level Vumba walk long distances water sources wild animals Women Zambezi River Zimbabwe