Letters: Cholera fight still has a long way to go

Unicef is grateful to HRF, which approved the reprogramming of US$1,5 million to support Unicef’s WASH, health, and social and behaviour change cholera response interventions.
By Amh Voices Dec. 25, 2023

Women worst affected by cholera: Unicef

Unicef said the most affected provinces were Harare and Manicaland, which together account for more than 80% of new infections.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Dec. 25, 2023

Unicef launches “Communication Campaign on Adolescents”

Dubbed the ‘Communication Campaign on Adolescents’ it will run from October to December 2023, with the child organization pledging that it will extensively spread its focus to touch the entire nation.
By Sizalokuhle Ncube Oct. 4, 2023

Life skills boost confidence of children with disability in Chivi

In Zimbabwe, children living with disabilities such as Simbarashe are acquiring new skills to fully realize their potential.
By Farai Mutsaka Jul. 30, 2023

Support group carries Chivi community’s hopes

Ronado Mazango, the director of the Zimbabwe Parents of Handicapped Children Association, marvelled, and recalled how far Chivi Chengaose Children’s Stimulation Centre has come.
By Farai Mutsaka Jul. 23, 2023

Care groups breathe life to the vulnerable

In Matobo, for example, malnutrition cases are beginning to fall, said Chikwane, the VHW.
By Unicef Jun. 24, 2023

Letters: Adequately fund social protection

In the 2023 budget, government allocated $50,4 billion (1,1% of the budget) for the provision of its mainstream social protection programmes.
By Amh Voices Dec. 13, 2022