Solar irrigation and refrigeration - improving incomes in Zimbabwe

Showing off a bumper crop of green vegetables at Mazuru market garden. Credit: John Magrath/ Oxfam
Solar energy is transforming livelihoods in Zimbabwe from labour saving irrigation for crops to refrigeration for fresh produce. In the third in a series of blog posts about the impact of solar energy, John Magrath, Programme Researcher, explains how farming communities have been able to dramatically increase their yields and incomes. 

Read the blog on Policy & Practice by clicking the link.

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