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Zimbabwe: Health Priorities - Snapshots (as of 16 May 2013)

“Zimbabwean Health system is still not recovered and continues to operate in a fragile environment as shown by current urban centered diarrhoea outbreaks” (WHO - Key processes in Transition & Post-emergency Recovery of the Health System)

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03 Sep 2015
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Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: Humanitarian Gaps 2013 at a Glance (as of 02 May 2013)

SITUATION 1.6 million rural people are expected to need food assistance at the peak of the lean season from Jan-Mar 2013. Ongoing drought in the southern part of the country will continue into 2013 according to meteorological forecasts. Zimbabwe…

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OCHA
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03 Sep 2015
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Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: extent of armyworm outbreak(as of 10/01/13)

Background The African Armyworm (AAWs) (Spodoptera exempta)(Walker) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), also called okalombo or Kommandowurm or nutgrass armyworm, is an African moth. It is a very deleterious pest, capable of destroying entire crops in a matter of weeks. The larvae…

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OCHA
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03 Sep 2015
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Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: Agriculture Snapshots (as of 19 December 2012)

1.33 million cattle (Approx 26% of national total) affected by drought leading life of livestock vulnerable in 15 districts. Production of maize decreased by 33% compared to last year. (Draft Livestock Assessment Report/MoAMID, Rural ZimVAC 2012,…

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OCHA
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03 Sep 2015
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Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: Health Priorities - Snapshots (as of 8 June 2012)

“Zimbabwean Health system is still not recovered and continues to operate in a fragile environment as shown by current urban centered diarrhoea outbreaks” (WHO - Key processes in Transition & Post-emergency Recovery of the Health System)

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OCHA
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03 Sep 2015
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Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: Health Priorities - Snapshots (as of 8 May 2012)

“Zimbabwean Health system is still not recovered and continues to operate in a fragile environment as shown by current urban centered diarrhoea outbreaks” (WHO - Key processes in Transition & Post-emergency Recovery of the Health System)

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Source:
OCHA
Posted:
03 Sep 2015
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