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Zimbabwe

Leaving Zimbabwe

Medair has concluded its humanitarian activities in Zimbabwe after four-and-a-half years of delivering major improvements to the country’s water infrastructure. In 2008-09, Zimbabwe suffered one of Africa’s deadliest cholera outbreaks in 15 years, killing more than 4,000…

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News and Press Release
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Medair
Posted:
07 Jul 2014

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: Water Taps Flowing in Marondera

Medair's urban water project has made it possible for safe drinking water to flow from household taps for 120,000 residents in Marondera town, Zimbabwe. Medair's urban water project has made it possible for safe drinking water to flow from household…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
Medair
Posted:
06 Apr 2011

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe- Repairs Underway to Marondera's Water System in Response to Deadly Cholera Outbreak

30 August 2010, Medair Zimbabwe - In August, Medair began the vital task of rehabilitating the physical infrastructure of Marondera's water distribution system-which provides safe drinking water to a population of 120,000. Medair is working to increase the quantity and improve the reliability…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
Medair
Posted:
21 Mar 2011

Zimbabwe

Medair forced to leave Zimbabwe in spite of worsening humanitarian crisis

It is with real sadness that after 2 years Medair has this week left Zimbabwe. The final move which forced the decision was the refusal by the Zimbabwean government to issue work permits for our 2 remaining senior expatriate…

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News and Press Release
Source:
Medair
Posted:
21 Mar 2011

Zimbabwe

Medair in Zimbabwe: Future in doubt

After working in Zimbabwe since March 2003, Medair's time in the country may be coming to an end. With the government having declared the emergency that has crippled the country for the past 2 years over, several NGO's, including…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
Medair
Posted:
21 Mar 2011

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: Latest update on schools feeding programme

The schools feeding programme in Gokwe and Mudzi continues to go well, providing approximately 90,000 primary school children in 147 schools with one meal of nutrient rich porridge (including a ration of oil per child) daily. During visits to…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
Medair
Posted:
21 Mar 2011

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: On the road to Gokwe

By Olivia Lawrence, Monitoring and evaluation officer, Zimbabwe Forty children in 147 schools to be weighed and measured, and the capacity of each school to continue feeding the children during the rainy season researched - this is the immediate focus for…

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Other
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Medair
Posted:
21 Mar 2011

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: Crucial programme at risk of closure unless further funding can be found

Mark Screeton (Desk Officer) Since early 2003 Medair has been implementing a primary school feeding programme across 2 districts in Zimbabwe, Gokwe North and Mudzi providing a nutritious daily meal to 90,000 children. Unfortunately, funding for this project came to end…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
Medair
Posted:
21 Mar 2011

Zimbabwe

Temporary registration in Zimbabwe

Mark Screeton (Desk Officer) On 23rd January Medair was granted temporary registration to begin relief operations in Zimbabwe. After almost 6 months of waiting this is fantastic and timely news. The humanitarian crisis in Zimbabwe continues to intensify. Queues for…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
Medair
Posted:
21 Mar 2011

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: Building peace

Erik Volkmar (Director) Medair sends an emergency team to Zimbabwe. As with each new project,several people ask us on what criteria we base our choices of countries. The question is quite legitimate. Why did we help flood victims in Mozambique…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
Medair
Posted:
21 Mar 2011