Zim Gvt, UN Commit To Ending Early Unintended Pregnancies

THE health ambassador, First Lady Amai Auxilia Mnangagwa together with the ministries of health and education and the United Nations family in Zimbabwe have committed to ending Early and Unintended Pregnancies (EUPs). By Michael Gwarisa Launching  the Early Unintended Pregnancies (EUP) campaign running under the name LetsTalk Campaign, Amai Mngangagwa said Zimbabwe had progressed in crafting new policies that would address the challenges facing young girls who fall pregnant in school. Being pregnant at school at times means facing social sanctions and difficult choices that have lifelong consequences. Is could…

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USD800K Paid For Global Fund Fifth Replenishment

ZIMBABWE has honoured USD800 000 of its Global Fund fifth replenishment pledge. By Kudakwashe Pembere The country pledged USD1 million for the Global Fund’s 6th Replinishment on October 10 this year in France. In a recent interview with Zimbabwe Aids Network national coordinator Mr Taurai Nyandoro, he said the country fulfilled USD800 000 of the fifth replenishment. “Remember at the 5th replenishment, our pledge was 1m, to date lm told we have paid about USD800 000.  So we are honoring the pledge,” Nyandoro said. Global Fund convenes over 100 countries…

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