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Only 1 in 5 African countries funding elementary education

Zimbabwe and the rest of the continent on Sunday commemorated the Day of the African Child running under the theme Education for All Children in Africa: The Time is Now!
By Lorraine Muromo Jun. 18, 2024

Risk of polio spreading in Zim, neighbouring countries remains high

Zimbabwe last reported a case of indigenous wild poliovirus (WPV) in 1986 and has been certified polio free since 2005.
By Unicef May. 25, 2024

Put children at centre of climate investments: Unicef

The UN agency also called for programmes to strengthen the resilience of households to deal with climate-related emergencies.
By Priviledge Gumbodete May. 14, 2024

Villagers warned against paying for food delivery

The warning came following complaints by some villagers in rural parts of Zimbabwe who indicated that they were being ordered to pay transport
By Silas Nkala May. 14, 2024

Village Rhapsody: The impact of climate change on Zimbabwe’s water resources 

Zimbabwe has experienced increased variability in precipitation, leading to more frequent and intense droughts followed by heavy rainfall events.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Apr. 28, 2024

Cholera hits over 30% of children

Unicef said cholera cases surged in Mashonaland Central, Mashonaland West and Harare provinces during the Easter holiday with population mobility posing a risk of increased cases.
By Gracious Daniel Apr. 23, 2024

2 million children risk malnutrition: Unicef

Focusing on the most vulnerable districts in Zimbabwe, Unicef is targeting to assist at least two million children at risk of contracting preventable diseases and malnutrition.
By Gracious Daniel Apr. 3, 2024

‘45m children at high risk of climate change-induced diseases’

Unicef regional director for eastern and southern Africa, Eva Kadilli, said the climate change crisis is a real threat to children through disease outbreaks and malnutrition.
By Gracious Daniel Mar. 27, 2024

Zim surpasses 4 million target during polio vaccination using the novel oral polio vaccine type

WHO has played a crucial role in supporting Zimbabwe's response to the recent polio outbreak, including conducting the nationwide vaccination campaign.
By Amh Voices Mar. 15, 2024