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ZIMBABWE will this year spend a measly $25 per person on health, while government expenditure on health continues to fail to reach the 11,3% of Sub-Saharan Africa’s average, and 15% of the national budget as stipulated by the Abuja Declaration.
THE Mutoko Rural District Council (RDC)said it would soon review the unit tax being paid by black granite miners as the local authority seeks to increase its revenue base for development purposes.
MUTARE residents have rapped the city fathers for shelling out over $200 000 on obsolete earthmoving equipment acquired from the now-defunct diamond mining firms in Manicaland province in contravention of an earlier council resolution to buy new equipment. United Mutare Residents’ Trust programmes officer Edson Dube...
The Zimbabwe Young Women's Network For Peace Building (ZYWNP) has been running an Access to information intervention in Mutoko for the past year where they have been requesting authorities for information regarding Government’s position around the construction of schools and resource mobilization for education facilities. The initiative...
BULAWAYO city councillors revealed that residents are angry over Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara)’s outsourcing of contractors at the expense of local companies in road maintenance and rehabilitation projects.
Despite the fact that cancer of the cervix is preventable, it is the commonest cause of death in women in Africa.
Health experts say in many parts of the continent, cervical cancers are not identified or treated until advanced stages due to insufficient access to reproductive health care services, effective screening and early treatment.
On 24th of October 2017, the ZYWNP team hosted an Information sharing meeting with the community at Musanhi Farmer's hall in Musanhi ward 9. The purpose of this meeting was to; To ascertain the progress made so far with the roofing of the Early Childhood...
Zimbabwe Young Women’s Network for Peacebuilding (ZYWNP) in partnership with MISA Zimbabwe has been working to promote the right of every Zimbabwean to access to information under the Access to information campaign. Through MISA Zimbabwe’s training and support initiatives under this campaign, ZYWNP has been monitoring the transparency and accountability of public and government institutions to share information with the public and has so far, written and sent 2 information requests to the Mutoko Rural District Council and the Ministry of Lands, Land reform and Resettlement Mashonaland East Provincial office in Marondera.
The Zimbabwe National Cervical Cancer Control and Prevention Strategy (ZCCCPS) (2017-2020) was launched by Minister of Health and Child Care, Dr David Parirenyatwa, at the Gweru Provincial Hospital recently.