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Malaria Control in Zimbabwe

By Julia Kayser* June 29, 2012 — Even though malaria is both preventable and treatable, the World Health Organization estimates that 13,600 malaria-related deaths occur in Zimbabwe every year. Zimbabwe’s National Malaria Control Programme calls for the…

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UMCOR
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29 Jun 2012

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Speed up Zambezi water project-PM

Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has bemoaned lack of prioritisation of the Zambezi Matabeleland water project. Responding to questions by journalist after the launch of rural Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programme through a 50 million grant by…

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The Zimbabwean
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28 Jun 2012

Zimbabwe

Mysterious disease plagues livestock

Livestock in Gutu South are reportedly dying due to an undisclosed disease, and people fear it could spread to other areas. Cattle and goats are the most affected and the illness is said to kill the livestock…

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The Zimbabwean
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28 Jun 2012

Zimbabwe

GIEWS Country Brief: Zimbabwe 26-June-2012

FOOD SECURITY SNAPSHOT Drop in cereal production for 2011/12 cropping season following protracted dry spell in 2012 Seasonable increase in maize prices during first quarter of 2012 Concern over deteriorating food security conditions in southern provinces grows following production…

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FAO
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14 Apr 2015
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Refugee office closure challenged

A leading legal rights group here is challenging in the High Court the closure of yet another refugee reception office. The Legal resources Centre said more than 18 000 asylum seekers were affected by the closure. “At many…

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The Zimbabwean
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27 Jun 2012

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$14 million worth of food aid lies idle

Food worth $14 million donated by China is lying idle at the Grain Marketing Board’s Norton silos, the outgoing Chinese Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Xin hun Kang, has revealed. “Our donation made early this year, which includes rice…

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The Zimbabwean
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21 Jun 2012

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe Child Immunization Campaign Gets Positive Response

Ntungamili Nkomo & Marvellous Mhlanga-Nyahuye | Washington DC Zimbabwean doctors have reported an overwhelming response to the immunization campaign launched Monday against measles and polio, targeting about two million children under the age of five. Winding queues formed…

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News and Press Release
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VOA
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20 Jun 2012

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Japan Funds Polio, Measles Vaccination in Zimbabwe

by Sebastian Mhofu HARAE - Japan has provided funds to immunize about two million children in Zimbabwe against polio and measles as well as provide for Vitamin A supplements. The national immunization week is part of…

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News and Press Release
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VOA
Posted:
18 Jun 2012