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Flow Monitoring Report IOM Zimbabwe | June 2022

OVERVIEW During the month of June 2022, a total of 51,302 movements were observed and 2,326 migrants were interviewed across 45 Flow Monitoring Points in Zimbabwe. This represented a 15 per cent increase in total movements comparing…

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IOM
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02 Aug 2022
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WFP Zimbabwe 2021 Annual Country Report Highlights

FULL REPORT The year marked the downscaling of WFP’s humanitarian response following cyclone Idai and several years of drought, as the country recorded its highest cereal harvest in 20 years. WFP strengthened the links between humanitarian and resilience…

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WFP
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26 Apr 2022
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Zimbabwe: Humanitarian Response Dashboard (January-September 2021)

SITUATION UPDATE Despite an improvement in the food security situation in most parts of rural Zimbabwe this year following an above-average 2020/2021 harvest, the prevailing economic situation, exacerbated by the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic and associated…

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OCHA
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15 Mar 2022
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IOM Zimbabwe: PoE Situation Report (Update 72: 17 – 23 Jan 2022)

Overview Points of Entry (PoEs) and border communities are at the frontline of public health emergencies such as the COVID19 pandemic. Ensuring that infection prevention and control measures and risk communication and community engagement activities are in…

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IOM
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28 Jan 2022
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Zimbabwe: Humanitarian Response Dashboard (January-June 2021)

SITUATION UPDATE The food security situation in rural Zimbabwe improved significantly in the first half of 2021, following an above-average 2020/2021 harvest. Nationally, average household cereal (maize and small grains) production was more than 543 kilogrammes, compared…

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OCHA
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02 Sep 2021
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Zimbabwe: Humanitarian Response Dashboard (January-March 2021)

Situation Update Heavy rainfall during the 2020/2021 season (October-March)—including due to Tropical Storm Chalane in December 2020—enabled farmers in Zimbabwe to plant crops and caused significant improvements in water, pasture and livestock conditions during the first quarter…

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OCHA
Posted:
14 Jul 2021
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