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Celebrating organic farming in Zimbabwe

16 Jun 2014

It is celebration time for the 450 members of Makoni Organic Farmers Association (MOFA), residents of a rural community in Zimbabwe who are literally making waves globally after winning the coveted Equator Prize 2014. Supported by the Global Environment Facility’s Small Grants Programme (GEFSGP) of more


Fight Against Malaria Crosses Borders

In the village of Chundu in Zimbabwe’s border district of Hurungwe, Mrs. Ellen Kunje has seen some heartening changes. In an area prone to malaria epidemics, Mrs.Kunje’s family and home have remained free from the disease. Thanks to a new malaria control programme, she was given a long-lasting insecmore


Turning the Tide in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS

Working as a volunteer at the Kuwadzana Polyclinic, a public health centre in Harare, Timothy Sandramu, 35, painfully recalls his distress in 2005 when he tested HIV-positive. “I was brought here in a wheelchair by my mother,” Timothy says, noting that he had been ailing for some time, culminating imore

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Global Fund Increases Support to Zimbabwe

The UNDP and the Global Fund to Fight HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) signed Phase 2 of the Round 8 Grants for HIV/AIDS, TB, Health Systems Strengthening and the Single Stream of Funding for Malaria.

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