Category: Climate

Chipinge District Nursing Officer demonstrates how to give the oral cholera vaccine

Cyclone-affected communities in Zimbabwe being vaccinated against cholera

Campaign targets nearly 500,000 people in Chimanimani and Chipinge An oral cholera vaccine (OCV) campaign targeting some 487,825 people began Tuesday in Zimbabwe in the...

Unpacking the Green Innovation Hub with Mr Cloffas Nyagumbo
Mr Cloffas Nyagumbo presents on Green Innovation Hub

Unpacking the Green Innovation Hub with Mr Cloffas Nyagumbo

By Byron Mutingwende Mr Cloffas Nyagumbo, the Green Innovation Hub (GiHub) Project Manager and Deputy Country Director of SNV Zimbabwe had a one-on-one meeting with...

How ICTs are being misused to perpetuate poverty
ICTs-related costs in many African countries eroding the meagre promised benefits

How ICTs are being misused to perpetuate poverty

By Charles Dhewa Contrary to the hype in which ICTs are presented as a panacea, ICTs-related costs in many African countries eroding the meagre promised benefits....

In March, Dr Azza Mashumba (R) broke down in tears as she emotionally pleaded for help at Parirenyatwa Hospital

Gloomy outlook for March: Zimbabwe Peace Project

By Zimbabwe Peace Project It never rains but pours Introduction Zimbabwe faced one of its greatest tragedies in the month of March. Following several forecasts of an...

Tehillar Christian Network donates to Cyclone Idai victims
Reverend Sam Malunga, President of the Tehillar Christian Network

Tehillar Christian Network donates to Cyclone Idai victims

In line with its founding values, the Tehillar Christian Network has extended a giving hand to the needy people in Manicaland affected by Cyclone Idai. The Tehillar...

United States provides additional US$2.5 million in response to Cyclone Idai
USAID's contribution will support immediate food needs in the most affected areas of Manicaland Province

United States provides additional US$2.5 million in response to Cyclone Idai

The United States Government has provided an additional contribution of US$2.5 million to respond to emergency needs in Zimbabwe following Cyclone Idai. The...

Zimbabwe Corporates Launch Cyclone Idai ‘Reboot Fund’

Zimbabwe Corporates Launch Cyclone Idai ‘Reboot Fund’

Top Zimbabwean private companies  yesterday announced the launch of an initiative called Reboot  Fund, aimed at raising at least RTGS$100 million (about US$35 million)...

EU supports UNICEF to provide WASH in Cyclone Idai affected areas
UNICEF reaching out to children in Chimanimani and other areas affected by Cyclone Idai

EU supports UNICEF to provide WASH in Cyclone Idai affected areas

Following the devastation in Zimbabwe caused by Cyclone Idai, the European Union has contributed €250,000 (US$ 281,035) to UNICEF to provide vital water,...

Cyclone Idai, Zimbabwe: The first six days of MSF response
Marthe Frieden is the medical team leader in MSF’s emergency response to Cyclone Idai

Cyclone Idai, Zimbabwe: The first six days of MSF response

Marthe Frieden is the medical team leader in MSF’s emergency response to the destruction caused by tropical Cyclone Idai, which hit Zimbabwe’s mountainous Manicaland...

How can developing countries build financial systems for environment?
Need to build financial systems for people and environment in developing countries

How can developing countries build financial systems for environment?

By Charles Dhewa Not much research is needed to prove that financial systems in most developing countries do not work for the majority of people and for the environment....