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The Embassy of Sweden and UNDP signed USD 8 million grant today giving a boost to the Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund (ZRBF) and marking Sweden’s increasing development cooperation in resilience building and climate action in support of the people of Zimbabwe.
Thanks to her mining business venture, that she started almost two decades ago, Mrs Majola counts among her blessings, “the Special One”. By this, she means the shiny, well-furnished modern house that is a far cry from the mud-thatched, semi-permanent rondavel that she previously called home.
UNDP’s approach in strengthening institutions mandated to promote and protect human rights is built upon a rights-based approach drawn from the Constitution. The goal is to ensure that such key institutions are enabled to effectively deliver human rights services to citizens while also improving the human rights situation in the country.
The Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund (ZRBF) was set up and launched in 2016 as a framework for catalysing evidence-based resilience building in Zimbabwe.
The year 2016 provided an opportunity for further implementation of the Constitution as a strategy for unlocking governance dividends in Zimbabwe.
In past decades, there has been significant gains in human development levels in almost every country; but millions of people have not benefited from this progress. Who has been left behind and why? The Human Development Report 2016 ’Human Development for Everyone’ looks into these two questions.
In Njelele Ward 15 of Gokwe South District of Midlands Province, a group of 50 members is making a name for itself in horticulture farming. Subsequently, it has been contributing to diversifying livelihoods for the community and establishing a sustainable means of income-generation. The group of young people (30 men...