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Loading: Data-driven analysis of informal market and food supply chains in Zimbabwe

The Accelerator Lab is studying the drivers behind informality in Zimbabwe and how these can be transformed into an economic environment that empowers informality to create jobs, boost resilience and…  


Rural-Urban Supply Chain Platform during Covid-19

On the morning of 30th March 2020, Zimbabwean cities woke up like ghost towns, due to the Government of Zimbabwe’s decision to place the nation on a 21-day lockdown....  


Investment in development reaps rewards during crisis

As Zimbabwe prepares for potential surge in COVID-19 cases, the investment in equipping 405 health institutions with solar power will play a critical role in response to the disease.  


Navigating Informality: Patterns of Categorization in Street Vending

The Accelerator Lab conduct a solution safari to get a better understanding of street vending in Zimbabwe's informal sector.  



The informal journey to experimentation

A snapshot of of the Accelerator Lab's first experiment.  


Supporting the Implementation of Zimbabwes Nationally Determined Contributions under the Paris Agreement on Climate Change

The project intends to support the Government of Zimbabwe to develop a Low Emission Development Strategy for Zimbabwe in order to provide clear direction for low emission development for the country.  


Goal 8: Decent work and economic growth


Statement by Achim Steiner, UNDP Administrator on International Women’s Day

Women’s movements dominate today’s global conversation. From #MeToo and #TimesUp spotlighting sexual harassment and abuse, to #NiUnaMenos, the not one less movement protesting femicide, women voices…  


UK Injects £21.5m into Zimbabwe’s Resilience Building Fund

The UK Department of International Development announced an additional £21.5 million grant to the ZRBF, which seeks to contribute to increased capacities of vulnerable rural communities to withstand…  

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