• +263-733-514-559 / +263-775-007-244
  • depina.ziwfat@gmail.com
  • Plot 88, Hopewell Farm, Selous Chegutu

Who We Are

Zimbabwe Indigenous Women Farmers Association Trust

We are a trust for women farmers in Zimbabwe. The association was formed in February 2012 by Mrs Depina Nkomo and other six women farmers who saw the plight of women farmers when they would queue for inputs at Grain Marketing Boards. Some of the women were almost killed and abused as they would go to GMB in the early hours of the morning. Mrs Nkomo was one of the victim. They perceived that if they approach a company as a group they will receive attention, than as individuals. ZIWFAT has over 6000 members all over the ten (10) provinces. In each province, we have executive leadership from Provincial level to Ward level. The vision of ZIWFAT is to uplift all women farmers from grassroots level to boost and contribute to the national food security through agriculture.
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MIssion statement

WE are driven by the desire & need to

The Zimbabwe Indigenous Women Farmers Association Trust is to add the amount of locally produced food and turn Zimbabwe into a self sufficient food producer by using the land intensively and in a productive way.
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We offer various trainings to farmers that range from crop and animal farming, farm management, personal finance and investment.


Farmers particularly women are in need off various forms of support that range from networks & communities, capital and trainings.


Giving farmers access to local and international markets to help market and sell their produce and services at competitive prices.

We There to Empower & Make A Difference

ZIWFAT identifies, empowers and trains emerging woman farmers and social entrepreneurs around the country, enabling them to create a better world for the country in general and their families in particular. ZIWFAT believes in the transformative value of women's participation in farming. ZIWFAT currently runs projects in poultry, horticulture, piggeries, bee keeping, cattle ranching, internal savings and lending, market gardening and value addition for our farm produce.


The following are important to the success of this business project


Production of high quality produce that meet the needs of consumers in Zimbabwe and the region.


JOIn our farmer's union for free farming and educational support




WORLD POVERTY FORUM SPEECH by Mrs. Depinah Nkomo (11 and 12 Jan 2020)

WORLD POVERTY FORUM SPEECH by Mrs. Depinah Nkomo (11 and 12 Jan 2020)

cadminJuly 20, 20210 Comments
It’s an honor, to stand in front of you, Ladies and gentlemenAll the way from Zimbabwe. My name is Depinah Nkomo, FOUNDER President of Zimbabwe Indigenous Women Farmers Association Trust. I am here to share my experience, through my leadership, and learn more from all of you here, Our organization was formed in 2012, After facing so many challenges in
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