Crown Financial Ministries

In 2015 I Was Hungry launched to support the combined training efforts of FfF and Crown.

Project partners


2000 farmers are being trained between 2021 - 2023. The trainings include the following Climate Smart Nutrition Gardens, Integrated Pest Management, Alternative Crops (Traditional Grains/Cash Crops), Fodder Crops and Value Addition/Marketing.


World Food Programme (WFP)
12000 farmers have been trained in our Pfumvudza (small field - more yield) methods.


Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)
Climate Smart Agriculture was taught in 10 agricultural colleges. Per college approximately around 100 Principals, Lecturers and Students attended our course.


International Organization for Migration (IOM)
A Climate Smart Nutrition Garden training was designed to enable a family to produce nutritious vegetables. 1500 people were trained and received a starter kit so that immediate and long-term food security could be ensured.


Food and Agriculture Organzation of the United Nations (FAO)

The FAO and FfF have partnered for various projects between 2009 and 2021.

For example in 2021 Pfumvudza and Alternative Crops were taught to lead farmers and community based trainers in 22 out of 59 districts of the country.

Selection of projects with partners in zimbabwe

Ministry of Agriculture 2020
The Ministry of Agriculture has endorsed Conservation Agriculture and as a result Agritex 1400 extension officers were being taught.

Ministry of Education from 2009 - 2012
Foundations for Farming principles were introduced into the school curriculum with the materials that FfF developed for that purpose.

Zimbabwe Prison Service 2011
Foundations for Farming taught both prison farm staff and prison inmates.

Church in Zimbabwe 1983
The Church in Zimbabwe (Evangelical Fellowship of Zimbabwe, Catholic Bishops conference, and the ZCC) has partnered with FfF in a nationwide programme to get all rural church members practicing Foundations for Farming principles to help feed the nation.