Workers at a construction site for a health facility supported by the UNDP/Global Fund. Experts say there is need to establish links between the execution of large capital projects and HIV, health and gender vulnerability
Mainstreaming Health, HIV & Gender in Environmental Impact Assessments

The Government has called for increased awareness among policy makers and the private sector including infrastructure developers and contractors as well as affected communities on the need to strike a balance between business operations, health and gender issues for sustainable development in the country....

Boosting Capacity for Resilience Building in Zimbabwe
Boosting Capacity for Resilience Building in Zimbabwe

In a major boost to national efforts to deal with consequences and impact of natural and manmade shocks / hazards, exacerbated by climate change, the Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund (ZRBF) formally launched in Harare on 19 May 2016

Solar lights up new hope for remote school

It’s September 2014. Joyce Tangwara has just arrived at her new teaching assignment at Nyatsato Primary School. She is devastated at having to adjust to her new environment. Unlike in her hometown of Norton, she now has the additional tasks of looking for, and cooking with firewood. Water access is no longer...

Supporting Land Reforms in Zimbabwe

With EU and UNDP support, key stakeholders in Zimbabwe’s land sector held face-to-face talks in Harare on 31 March, 2016, setting the stage for a dialogue process that is crucial in unlocking the country’s huge agricultural potential through a sustainable land reform process.

UNDP at 50: A Reliable Partner for Inclusive Prosperity and Protecting the Planet

As UNDP marks 50 years of service to humanity, we are happy in Zimbabwe to join hands in celebrating this contribution to humanity globally.  Since 1966, we’ve worked with countries in reducing poverty, empowering women, creating jobs, promoting human rights and political participation and protecting the environment...

UNDP at 50: Leading the Fight Against Poverty and Inequality in Zimbabwe

The UNDP has been instrumental in the country’s development narrative by building national consensus and strengthening the capacities of national institutions to deliver intrinsic basic social services to all citizens including the most vulnerable