Small grains to tackle Zimbabwe climate change

The United Nations World Food Programme is training and encouraging Zimbabwe's communal farmers to grow small grains like sorghum and millet to beat climate change. Maize is Zimbabwe's staple food but due to lower rainfall communal farmers have been experiencing lower yields in recent years. eNCA correspondent Pindai Dube reports.


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