Zimbabwe's health sector remains in critical need of funds, especially from the donor community if it is to be saved from its critical condition and achieve world class health delivery, a government minister has said.
Health and Child Care Deputy Minister, Dr Aldrin Musiiwa said Zimbabwe
The Swedish government has signed an agreement with UNICEF to promote social innovations in Zimbabwe.
The funding to the tune of US$773 000 is meant to scale up the Global Innovations Hub set up to ignite creative ideas and unlock young people’s potential to develop environmental
Harare, 02 November 2016 – The new UNICEF Representative to Zimbabwe Dr. Mohamed Ayoya has presented his credentials to the Government of Zimbabwe.
Dr. Ayoya takes over from Mr. Reza Hossaini who left in February to head UNICEF’s Global Polio Eradication Initiative. Dr. Ayoya assumes leadership