Zimbabwe is located in southern Africa and is bordered by Botswana, South Africa, Zambia and Mozambique. It is rich in natural resources with vast amounts of fertile soil, minerals, and has over 320 days of sunshine per year. Zimbabwe’s economy was marked by a period of 11% growth between 2009-2012, and followed with a decline of 3% in 2014 – 2015. Forecasts see Zimbabwe’s GDP continuously growing by 3-5% to 2020. The agricultural sector to 20% of the country’s GDP and employs close to 70% of the workforce. Zimbabwe aims to restore its previous status as the second largest economy and breadbasket in southern Africa, with a deep understanding of mechanized agriculture, value chains and infrastructure. Strengthening Zimbabwe’s agricultural sector is critical to improve rural livelihoods, improve domestic food security and increase the country’s economic growth.