Community Technology Development Organisation (CTDO), formerly Community Technology
Development Trust (CTDT) is a non-profit making, Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)
operating in 31 districts of Zimbabwe. CTDO promotes integrated agro-biodiversity
conservation, environmental management, food and seed security, water and sanitation and
policy and advocacy programmes with the aim to promote sustainable livelihoods.
The organisation strives to contribute to increased household food and nutrition security through sustainable food systems, gender sensitive and social inclusion approaches. CTDO strongly believes that sustainable management and use of agro-biodiversity and increased agricultural productivity require a holistic approach, and to this end, focuses on bringing farmers and their representative unions, researchers and agricultural extensionists, consumers, policy makers and all other relevant stakeholders together in defining sustainable community development models.
CTDO seeks to promote participatory research, technology, and innovation systems and to advocate for policies that alleviate poverty, food, and nutrition insecurity of marginalized communities
Communities free of hunger, malnutrition, poverty and injustice in Zimbabwe, SADC, Africa, and the whole world.
A leading organization on agricultural biodiversity conservation and sustainable use contributing to food and nutrition security for all in a fair and just environment.