Japan Donates USD15, 3 Million To Zim

THE Japanese Government has donated USD15, 3 million to Zimbabwe’s drought and flood affected communities. By Kudakwashe Pembere This comes as Zimbabwe enters winter while reeling from hunger. “Japan announces US$ 15, 3 million assistance package for drought- and flood-affected communities in Zimbabwe. This package will be accessed by Zimbabweans through United Nations Agencies. “The Government of Japan has mobilized a total of more than US$ 15.3 million in emergency funding to assist the most vulnerable people severely affected by drought and floods in Zimbabwe through UN agencies, namely the…

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#LETSDISCUSS: Zim Goes For Consecutive Six Days Without New COVID-19 Case, Is Zim Winning The COVID-19 Battle?

ZIMBABWE has gone for the past six days without recording any single case of COVID-19, if the daily updates from the ministry of health and child care (MoHCC) are anything to go by. According to the MoHCC, Zimbabwe currently has 34 confirmed cases of COVID-19 since last week Thursday. Figures had to be revised downwards Saturday evening from 40 to 34  after rigorous PCR tets had been conducted. QUESTION? Has Zimbabwe successfully managed to flatten the curve of covid-19 infection?

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ActionAid Calls For Transparency On COVID-19 Donations

ACTIONAID Zimbabwe (AAZ) has implored the Government of Zimbabwe (GoZ) to ensure that COVID-19 resources are allocated and utilized in a transparent and accountable manner. Through their microblogging site, ActionAid said it was critical to include civil society and other non-state actors in the COVID-19 taskforce in order to promote transparency, accountability, inclusivity, and diversity in the process. AAZ acknowledges the actions being taken, including the resources that have been mobilized and set aside by the government, to stop and mitigate the spread of the deadly coronavirus pandemic. In response…

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