The Situation of Commercial Farm Workers after Land Reform in Zimbabwe


CHAPTER 4: Food Security, Vulnerable Groups, HIV-AIDS and Coping Strategies 53



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CHAPTER 4: Food Security, Vulnerable Groups,
HIV-AIDS and Coping Strategies 53

    1. Introduction 53

    2. Access to land and food security 53

    3. Food scarcity and relief supplies 55

    4. Vulnerable groups in the farm worker community 57

    5. Coping strategies 60

    6. The impact of HIV-AIDS on farm worker communities 63

CHAPTER 5: After the ‘Promised Land’: Towards the Future 66

  1. Introduction 66

  2. The ‘new settlers’ and ’new farmers’ 66

  3. Settlers, new farmers and farm workers 69

  4. The collective response and needs of farm workers 70

  5. The immediate needs of the workers and possible interventions 71

  6. Conclusion: Wider lessons from Jambanja 73

Appendices: Tabulated data from survey of farm workers 76

References 90



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