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Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: Harare urban vulnerability assessment

SUMMARY In May-June 2001 FEWS Net, with support from its implementing partner, the Food Economy Group (F.E.G.), and in close collaboration with the Consumer Council of Zimbabwe, conducted an assessment of urban vulnerability in greater Harare. The purpose of the exercise…

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USAID
Posted:
28 Jul 2001

Zimbabwe

FEWS Zimbabwe Food Security Update: 26 Jul 2001

Summary Zimbabwe's wheat stocks were estimated at 116,000 MT at the end of May, of which 81,000 MT were official stocks. Wheat consumption has gone down since the two consecutive 20 percent bread price increases. At an average consumption rate…

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USAID
Posted:
21 Mar 2011
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Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: Donors may help avert food crisis

JOHANNESBURG, 19 July (IRIN) - As the Zimbabwe government slowly begins to face the reality that in six months time the country could run out of food, UNDP told IRIN that donors might support a UN-administered food aid initiative. "A…

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News and Press Release
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TNH
Posted:
19 Jul 2001

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: Government gears up for maize shortage

JOHANNESBURG, 18 July (IRIN) - Zimbabwe's slapping of price controls this week on maize is likely to push farmers away from growing the staple next season, when President Robert Mugabe faces a highly-charged election battle, economists told IRIN. Concerned over…

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News and Press Release
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TNH
Posted:
18 Jul 2001

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe in Crisis: Finding a Way Forward

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATION Zimbabwe is in a state of free fall. It is embroiled in the worst political and economic crisis of its twenty-year history as an independent state. The crisis has negatively affected virtually every aspect of the…

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Analysis
Source:
ICG
Posted:
13 Jul 2001
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Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe's crisis: finding a way forward

Brussels/Harare, 13 July 2001: Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe continues the repression and misgovernment that is destroying one of the most prosperous and promising countries in Africa. But in a new report published today, the International Crisis Group spells out a…

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ICG
Posted:
13 Jul 2001

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: Government sets up task force to tackle food shortages

JOHANNESBURG, 11 July (IRIN) - The Zimbabwean government has set up an inter-ministerial task force to ensure food security in the country and to advise the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) on the way forward, the official newspaper 'The Herald'…

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News and Press Release
Source:
TNH
Posted:
11 Jul 2001