The organisation has its roots within associations of smallholder farmers established in 2000. In these associations, members form village groups and these affiliate at ward level and then further at district level. The organisation uses a bottom-up approach in all its operations. TSURO encourages people to use locally available resources, thus making many of the supported development activities affordable and sustainable. Currently TSURO is operating in 21 out of the 23 wards of Chimanimani district and has four major areas of intervention, which are Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resources Management, Community Health, Community-based Agro-processing, and Marketing, and Community Capacity Development. TSURO employs an evidenced-based approach in which the four departments work in an integrated and holistic way.
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