Zim Launches Mobile One Stop Centres For GBV Survivors

THE Zimbabwean Government with support from the United Nations Population Fund Zimbabwe (UNFPA Zimbabwe)  alongside the European Union launched mobile one stop centres to improve access to services for Gender Based Violence survivors in the country. By Kudakwashe Pembere The launch of the mobile One Stop Centre campaigns is being launched under the joint UN-EU Spotlight Initiative set up by the European Union to end the problem of GBV in Zimbabwe.  The Ministry has commissioned four one stop centres in Makoni, Gwanda, Gweru and Chinhoyi and in the past two…

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Health Ministry To Roll Out New TB Treatment Therapy Early Next Year

GOVERNMENT will roll out the latest Tuberculosis (TB) Preventative Therapy regime early next year for the treatment of latent TB. By Kudakwashe Pembere Recently in Kadoma Speaking to journalists at a Stop TB Partnership Zimbabwe Media Training on TB Reporting, deputy director for the Aids and TB unit in the Health Ministry, Dr Charles Sandy said preventive therapy is a strategy for reducing the incidence of TB. Dr Sandy said over the past years they have been using Isoniazid taken once daily for a period of six months. He said…

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