Rural district planning in zimbabwe a case study by planafric 331 overall vision for rural development 332 poverty alleviation 333 decentralisation 521 lack of a coherent rural development policy 522 failure to address key rural development issues. Poverty dynamics in rural zimbabwe the 30 years lost war against poverty bill h kinsey1 introduction at the time millennium development goals mdgs become a focal concern for development practitioners per capita income in zimbabwe was only fractionally higher than at independence 20 years earlier. Journal ofsociai development in africa 1997 12 139 51 strategies for poverty alleviation in zimbabwe hazel chinake abstract developing countries have now become increasingly aware of the importance of implementing development plans that are based on the aspirations of people if poverty is to be significantly reduced. Poverty profile ypoverty is more common in rural areas than urban and a majority of poor people up to 88 per cent spend most of their time in rural pursuits ypockets of intense poverty in urban areas ymost poor people are in communal areas ylevels of poverty in newly resettled areas largely unknown ypositive correlation between agro ecological potential. However in order among all causes of project failures discussed above poor planning and management is the major cause of rural project in zimbabwe therefore proper planning can lead to project success one can acknowledge other causes of project failure by the major causes are brought by development practitioners
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