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Community outreach programme gives vulnerable children a second chance at education
Linda Balaka has come a long way from the days when she would sit begging by the roadside with her mother.

The School Improvement Grant provides safe learning spaces
Access to safe learning spaces create a conducive environment that promotes positive learning outcomes. For 11 year old Elphas Dhambukai, the chance to attend school with proper infrastructure became a reality after UNICEF’s intervention in 2014

Mudzi teens take on HIV to help their peers
Mudzi Kids Take-on Anti-HIV Fight to Help Peers. Tears well up in *Kimo’s eyes as she recalls the day her aunt threw her out of her home condemning her to an early marriage that effectively left her infected with HIV.

Transformation and Prevention Gender Behavioral Change Workshop
Various champions in the fight for child protection gathered here yesterday for the Swedish Embassy’s “Transformation and Prevention Gender Behavioral Change Workshop” to facilitate the sharing of experiences on working models and methodologies

Umzingwane District overflows with hope through Korean Assistance
The transformative power of water in rural Zimbabwe is clearly evident in Umzingwane District where the rehabilitation of the Ntabamhlope and Esikovheni Piped Water Schemes have had an great impact on the lives of the villagers in the surrounding area.

Scotland cricket team meet students at Sojini high school in Zimbabwe benefiting from UK aid support.
Students at Sojini High School in Mbembesi, Umguza Distict had their day brightened recently when members of the Scottish National Cricket team took time away from a hectic schedule to spend time with the students and share some inspirational stories, and

Zimbabwe hosts Africa Scouts Day commemorations 8-10 March 2018
Africa Scouts Day is a day reserved for Scouts in Africa to recognize the work they are doing in their communities said Christopher Bwanali Chief Commissioner Zimbabwe Scouts at the commemorations opening ceremony held at Ruwa Scouts Park.

Making the right moves to fight Childhood Obesity
A Nation Chess Tournament held in Harare recently brought together 300 students from 25 schools from around the country. This provided UNICEF with the perfect opportunity to educate the participants on the importance of a healthy diet and active lifestyle

Walking into the Grade 6 class at Sakubva Primary School in Mutare, one could hardly tell that some of children have hearing impairments, as the jovial mood of the class and the high level of interaction is way beyond individual expectations given some of

Harmonised Social Cash Transfers transform lives in Mudzi and Rushinga Districts
Having a decent shelter in the rural areas, is a dream to many that does not usually turn into a reality. The economic hardship that people have been going through over the years has seen most of them prioritising other issues which are not shelter relate

Government commences textbook distribution
The nationwide textbook distribution exercise by the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education (MoPSE) has begun with 5000 textbooks being distributed among 12 schools in Seke District, Mashonaland East.

National Case Management System: A journey of dynamic programming in child protection
The City of Kings and queens, is known for its wide boulevards and beautiful clean streets. Yet among such beauty, a scourge has afflicted the children of this great city where at least 40% of the children in Matabeleland Province do not have birth certif

Harmonised Social Cash Transfers changing thousands of lives.
The results from the four-year endline evaluation of the Harmonised Social Cash Transfer (HSCT) programme were recently disseminated at the UNICEF offices.

GIHUB PHASE II road shows success in the making
Excited crowds of young people and students wait anxiously as the setup progresses at the Green place, Marondera, Mashonaland east province.

Zimbabwe National Nutrition Survey 2018 gets underway
On a sunny day in rural Gokwe north, Midlands Province in Zimbabwe, nature vents its anger upon the people of Nhengure village in the form of a brutally hot sun. But the Makova family brave the intense weather to welcome enumerators collecting data for th

Green-Schools program yielding results
The Green-Schools program, which is supported by the Swedish Government has started yielding results as Glenview 7 Primary’s Green Warriors Club has managed three fish harvests with an average of 20kgs since the program’s inception in September 2016.

An Agenda for Disability-Inclusive Sustainable Development
Disability is closely associated with poverty. Poor living conditions and lack of resources increase the risk of disability. Having a disability increases the likelihood of being poor.

Second Phase of The Green Innovations Hub Kicks Off
The second phase of the Green Innovations Hub kicked off in Harare with implementers pledging to simultaneously tackle the challenges of climate change and youth unemployment.



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