The Seed Sovereignty project is dedicated to promoting farmer seed systems through seed saving, seed multiplication, and agroecological practices. The project supports communities to revive their lost seed varieties as a way to diversify food production and reduce dependency on a few grain crops like maize. By diversifying food production, farmers and their communities will not only benefit from increased nutrition but will also become more resilient to climate change. Chirumba High School in Bikita was selected as the pilot group for this project. A Baseline Survey and Seed Multiplication training were carried out successfully and the seed has been distributed to the farmers for multiplication.