Limpopo

Limpopo Projects

In Limpopo, the NMRW has projects in the Moutse East and West, Tsimanyane, Tzaneen and Phokwane regions.

MOUTSE WEST

The NMRW started operating in this region in 2014. With 16 projects and 90 members, the women are involved in gardens, broilers, bakeries, brick projects, beadwork, pottery, piggeries, peanut butter and sewing projects.

MOUTSE EAST

The NMRW started to operate in 1986. To date, there are 108 members which constitute 18 projects. their activities include gardens, broilers, bakeries, brick projects, beadwork, pottery, piggeries, crafts and sewing projects.

TSIMANYANE

There are about 28 projects in the Tsimanyane region that the NMRW is involved in with start dates ranging from 2006 to 2016. These projects have a wide range which includes organic farming, cleaning, poultry, beading, knitting, baking, brick making and glass fitting amongst others.

VENDA

The NMRW started operating in this region in 2018. With 102 members across 13 projects, activities include: gardening, broilers, bakeries, bricks, beads, pottery, piggeries and sewing projects.

PHOKWANE

NMRW started operating in the Tsimanyane in 1994 and in Phokwane since 2013. In 2020, the two regions were combined as one region., totalling 44 projects and 152 members. They are involved in the following activities: gardens, broilers, bakeries, bricks, beads, pottery, piggery and sewing projects.

TZANEEN

The NMRW started operating in this region in 2016. 20 projects and 136 members are involved in the following projects: gardens, broilers, bakeries, brick projects, beadwork, pottery, sewing projects, and beekeeping.