Zimbabwe Country Programme 2022-2026

UNICEF has been at the forefront of upholding and protecting the rights and welfare of women and children in Zimbabwe since 1982.

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The new UNICEF Country Programme (2022-2026) was developed within the context of the NDS1 (2021-2025) and as part of the United Nations Sustainable Development Corporation Framework (UNSDCF) to align issues of children within the broader development agenda in the Country.

Together with the support of our donors and partners, UNICEF in Zimbabwe supports National efforts to advance results in maternal, new-born, child and adolescent health, nutrition and HIV/AIDS; invest in climate-resilient water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), promote inclusive and quality learning and skills development; protect children from exploitation, violence and abuse, and support child sensitive social policies and social protection measures. As a life cycle approach, the Programme will focus on early years and adolescence, address gender inequality and inclusion for children living with disabilities.

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