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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....  


USD$4m for COVID-19 Health Workers Protection

“Due to the infectious nature of COVID-19, it is critical that our frontline health workers are protected and feel safe to provide the best care for patients” UNDP Zimbabwe Resident Representative,…  


A Preliminary Assessment of the Socio-economic Impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on Zimbabwe

The novel coronavirus was first reported as a cluster of cases of pneumonia of unknown cause in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China on 31 December 2019. This Policy Brief presents a preliminary…  


The Youth Connekt Start-Up Tour Bus goes virtual to fight COVID-19

The Start-Up Tour Bus is looking for young entrepreneurs between the ages of 16 and 35 who have ready made products or services which can quickly be deployed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  



Building Climate Resilience of Vulnerable Agricutlural Livelihoods in Southern Zimbabwe

The objective of this project is to strengthen resilience of agricultural livelihoods of vulnerable communities, particularly women, in southern Zimbabwe in the face of increasing climate risks and…  


Eliminating HIV, TB & Malaria in Zimbabwe– A visit by The Global Fund Executive Director, Peter Sands

Mr. Peter Sands, Executive Director of The Global Fund has completed a two-day visit to programmes funded under the 2018-2020 Global Fund HIV grant in Bulawayo and Umguza districts in Zimbabwe.  


COVID-19 pandemic

UNDP is working with its partners to combat the spread of the disease and to support the most affected countries where health systems are weakest and people are at their most vulnerable.  


Green Climate Fund approves US$26.6 million grant on ‘Building Climate Resilience of Vulnerable Agricultural Livelihoods in Southern Zimbabwe’

UNDP-supported project will benefit 2.3 million people in a nation where the climate crisis has pushed over 7.7 million people into severe hunger  


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.  

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