In 2014, 7 NGO’s and farmer organizations came together to form the Zimbabwe Seed Sovereignty Programme (ZSSP). ZSSP raises awareness around seed-related laws that undermine food sovereignty while strengthening seed production and conservation practices across Zimbabwe. By facilitating seed fairs, it allows farmers to exchange seeds, learn about different local varieties, and have control over the seeds they choose to plant. Lazarus Nhamarare, Crop Specialist with Agritex echoed this idea, “When we are looking at seed sovereignty, we are saying that farmers have control, they can access seed because they grow it themselves, they do not wait for it to be handed to them”. ZSSP published a new video in December which presents an overview of their practices in Zimbabwe that support local farmers.