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ZPP Monthly Monitor (October 2012)

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY As the country’s major political parties gear up in preparing for another electoral cycle, political tensions are slowly rising across the country with 444 cases recorded in October up from the 365 incidents witnessed during…

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Situation Report
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ZPP
Posted:
16 Nov 2012
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Zimbabwe: Food Assistance Gives Lifeline to Returnees

More than a million Zimbabweans are estimated to be living in South Africa, many of them without documentation. A special amnesty gave undocumented migrants a year to regularize their stay, and after the amnesty expired in…

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News and Press Release
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WFP
Posted:
05 Nov 2012

Zimbabwe

Villagers to benefit from irrigation scheme

More than 1 000 families here are set to benefit from a 2 000 acre irrigation scheme being implemented by the government. The irrigation scheme in the Manjolo area, about 30km south of Binga business centre, is…

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News and Press Release
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The Zimbabwean
Posted:
05 Nov 2012

Zimbabwe

Gweru residents fear cholera outbreak

Gweru residents say they fear the heaps of decomposing garbage found at various points in the city centre could become a breeding ground for cholera with the outset of rains. When the Zimbabwean visited Kudazani Bus Terminus…

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News and Press Release
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The Zimbabwean
Posted:
01 Nov 2012

Zimbabwe

Keeping girls in school

The Girl Child Network has intensified its efforts to empower girls through educational programmes that ensure they stay in school. The Director for Girl Child Network, Edinah Masanga, said many girls were dropping out of school as…

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News and Press Release
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The Zimbabwean
Posted:
01 Nov 2012

Zimbabwe

Some Zimbabwe Restrictions Lifted, but Money Remains Tight

Sebastian Mhofu HARARE, ZIMBABWE — The International Monetary Fund says it has relaxed restrictions on technical assistance to Zimbabwe. Analysts say the Tuesday announcement, though, does not mean the southern African nation can access loans. In a telephone…

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News and Press Release
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VOA
Posted:
01 Nov 2012

Zimbabwe

First Patient Cured of Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis in Epworth, Zimbabwe

In her home on the outskirts of Zimbabwe’s capital city, 48-year-old Mary Marizani says that, although she recently became the first Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) patient in the country to conquer multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB),…

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News and Press Release
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MSF
Posted:
31 Oct 2012

Zimbabwe

Training caregivers to save more mothers and babies in Zimbabwe

Forty healthcare workers have fanned out across Zimbabwe equipped with best practices in the provision of emergency obstetrical care. "Moved by the dire statistics on maternal and infant mortality in Zimbabwe, HPIC brought together a whole network…

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News and Press Release
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HPIC
Posted:
26 Oct 2012

Zimbabwe

TB and Diabetes Linkage Calls for An Integrated Response

(CNS): With diabetes largely associated with over-consumption of sugar by many Zimbabweans, it is hardly surprising that its link to tuberculosis (TB) is hardly a public health matter. TB kills more than 3,500 people each day…

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News and Press Release
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CNS
Posted:
25 Oct 2012

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