Child Sensitive Social Policies Conference 2015



Health Transition Fund

Where do Religion and the Law in Zimbabwe meet? A Legal Analysis of Apostolic Religion, Doctrine and Practices related to Maternal and Newborn Child Health in Zimbabwe.
This paper examines the intersection of Apostolic religion and the law in relation to maternal and newborn child health in Zimbabwe.

Improving Maternal and Newborn Child Health Outcomes among Apostolic Religious Groups in Zimbabwe 2015
The Apostolic Maternal and Newborn Interventions (AMENI) package of interventions addresses poor maternal and newborn health outcomes among Apostolic religious groups in Zimbabwe, and identifies religious, socio-cultural and contextual...

Committing to Child Survival: A Promise Renewed Progress Report 2015
Over the past 25 years, the number of children who die before reaching their fifth birthday has fallen by more than half. While the world has not achieved the target of a two-thirds reduction in under-five mortality set out in MDGs...

Assessment Of The Transition Funding Modality, A Pooled Funding Mechanism For The Social Sectors In Zimbabwe
UNICEF Zimbabwe has managed harmonised funding instruments in the social sectors in Zimbabwe since 2009. Collectively UNICEF Zimbabwe refers to these instruments as the Transition Fund Modality (TFM).

Vital Medicines Availabilty and Health Services Survey
The Vital Medicines Availability and Health Services (VMAHS) survey was started in February 2009 to routinely monitor the availability of medicines, basic health services, health equipment, critical health personnel and essential utilities in all public h

Health Transition Fund
2011 - This publication outlines the Health Transition Fund, which is a multi-donor pooled fund, managed by UNICEF, to support the Ministry of Health and Child Welfare in Zimbabwe.



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