Government spearheads chicken project to benefit Chipinge women

Yolanda Simango |  2 years ago | business

Women in Chipinge urban are set to benefit from a chicken rearing livelihood project being spearheaded by government. Chipinge Business and Residents Trust Vice Chairperson Mr Nelson Dhibi said over $500 000 has already been injected into the “Chicken Pass On” project for the benefit of 15 wards and local business owners have contributed feed to facilitate the growth of this women empowerment venture. He added that a group of 10 women in Ward 5 are the first beneficiaries with the intention of passing on the project to other wards until the 15 wards are covered.