Five Zim Child Focused Agencies Condemn Continued Sexual Abuse of Young Girls

World Vision, Save the Children Zimbabwe, Plan International Zimbabwe and Sos Children’s Village have released a joint statement condemning the continued, horrendous sexual abuse of young girls in various parts of the country. By Michael Gwarisa In a statement, the five agencies said child sexual abuse was a social ill that undermines the quest for equity and quality of life for young girls. The recent, shocking media reports on pre–teen girls from Tsholotsho and Bindura getting pregnant due to abuse shows that the violation of girls’ rights continues unabated. We…

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AHFoZ, TGI deal to reduce healthcare costs by 30 percent

Zimbabwe’s largest body representing medical aid societies, the Association of Healthcare Funders Of Zimbabwe (AHFoZ) has partnered regional insurance technology (insurtech) firm Tres Groupe International (TGI) in a deal aimed at dropping healthcare costs for Zimbabweans by 30 percent. By Kuda Pembere TGI comes into this arrangement with its TGI Carenet, a Real Time Claims Processing and Settlement (RTCPS) model to the healthcare industry which is an instant payment platform backed by an EMV Smart card embedded with a microchip as well as the traditional magnetic stripe plus Near Field…

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Generation Health partners ZMCA for Health cover

Generation Health Medical Aid Fund has joined hands with Zimbabwe Christian Ministers Association (ZCMA), in a partnership that will see members from the ZIMCA access various medical aid packages as well as wellness programs. By Patricia Mashiri Speaking during the signing ceremony, Mary Chitando, Generation Health, Head Sales and Marketing said morbidity knows no boundaries hence there is need for a medical aid package that is tailor-made to cater for the needs of minsters of the word of God as well as their congregants. As we embark on this journey,…

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AWF Zimbabwe hosts high level EU Delegation and Heads of Cooperation in Mbire District; showcases successful project implementation

The African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) Zimbabwe hosted 8 European Union (EU) Heads of Cooperation and Deputy Ambassadors in Mbire District from 21-24 November 2022 amid efforts to showcase successful project implementation undertaken under the 2018-2021 EU LOZA funding and intensifying donor engagement. By Staff Reporter The EU Delegation comprised of Eva Van Woersem ; The Netherlands Deputy Ambassador, Head of Cooperation ; Anne Bourdy, France Deputy Ambassador, Head of Cooperation ; Michel Ott, Germany Deputy Ambassador, Head of Cooperation ; Bertholet Kaboru, Sweden Head of Cooperation ; Bernard De Schrevel,…

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