HIV, Health and Development
UNDP Zimbabwe is supporting the Government of Zimbabwe in mobilising a multi-sectoral response to the pandemic.Through its management of Grants such as the Global Fund, the goal is to mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS by addressing both the causes and impact of the pandemic on Human Development.Read more
UNDP and the Global Fund
Since 2010, UNDP as the Principal Recipient of the GFATM grant has disbured over $300 million to combat the three killer diseases. Zimbabwe is one of the 20 “high-impact countries” with large volumes of Global Fund funding. These countries comprise 70% of the global burden of HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria and represent about two-thirds of the total value of the Global Fund grants. A Principal Recipient (PR) is designated by the Country Coordination Mechanism (CCM) to manage the Global Fund grants.
Projects and Initiatives
The project seeks to reduce the number of new HIV infections among adults and children and reduce mortality and morbidity due to HIV/AIDS infections in Zimbabwemore
This project seeks to strengthen and expand the activities of the National Tuberculosis Program by building on activities funded under the Round 5 TB grant to Zimbabwe and addressing some of the remaining identified weaknessesmore
The overall aim of this project is to reduce the malaria prevalence from 10.6 % to 6.5 % of the population by 2014more