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ECHO Backs IOM's Emergency, Early Recovery Programs in Zimbabwe

Friday 31 August 2012 IOM Zimbabwe has received EUR 1 million from the European Commission Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO) to implement a 12-month project to support emergency and early recovery aid to migration-affected communities…

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News and Press Release
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IOM
Posted:
31 Aug 2012

Zimbabwe

Press statement congratulating Transparency International Zimbabwe

Makorokoto! Amhlope! Congratulations! Transparency International-Zimbabwe The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (the Forum) wishes to congratulate Transparency International-Zimbabwe (TI-Z) for officially launching the Advocay and Legal Advice Centre (ALAC) in Bulawayo on 04 August 2012. ALAC, which has…

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News and Press Release
Source:
Hrforumzim
Posted:
29 Aug 2012

Zimbabwe

Irrigation Scheme Helps Harvest In Zimbabwe's Matabeleland

Matabeleland in Zimbabwe is not known for its bumper harvests but this year, for the first time in many years, 100 smallholder farmers from Insiza have managed to harvest enough maize for themselves and to sell…

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News and Press Release
Source:
WFP
Posted:
24 Aug 2012

Zimbabwe

Quicker Response Required to Fight MDR TB

Harare, Zimbabwe – Zimbabwe, like many countries across the world, is set to benefit from ongoing research into cheaper, quicker clinical responses to MDR-TB. Each year, 440,000 MDR-TB cases emerge and 150,000 people die. To prevent…

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News and Press Release
Source:
CNS
Posted:
22 Aug 2012

Zimbabwe

Women barter to beat hunger

Innovative women here are traveling far and wide to exchange potatoes for the basic necessities to clothe and feed their families. Mount Darwin is one of the districts worst affected by hunger this year, due to the…

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News and Press Release
Source:
The Zimbabwean
Posted:
16 Aug 2012

Zimbabwe

Water woes: what are the options?

Several suburbs across the city have experienced serious water shortages, raising fears that typhoid will continue to spread in the capital. Areas affected are Dzivarasekwa 2 and Crowborough where residents have resorted to fetching water from unhygienic…

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News and Press Release
Source:
The Zimbabwean
Posted:
16 Aug 2012

Zimbabwe

Villagers eat roots

Drought hit the villages of Mt Darwin so hard this year that families have been left with no option but to eat tree roots to survive. In Karanda village, 160km northeast of Harare, the soil is generally…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
The Zimbabwean
Posted:
16 Aug 2012