The Situation of Commercial Farm Workers after Land Reform in Zimbabwe



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Hence the need to create conditions of normality so that dialogue with bilateral and multilateral donors can resume in earnest after nearly four years. This will centre principally on discussions with the British government and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The British government had pledged £50 million for land reform in 2001, but on condition of a return to the rule of law. The UNDP has promised to mobilise international support for an independent Trust Fund, of which one component would provide direct compensation to farmers for land acquired. A second component would support displaced farm workers. A third component would provide resources for the resettlement process, including basic infrastructure on acquired land, equipment and tools, extension services, and training and support for capacity building and technical assistance to the government.




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