USAID Trains Over 8000 Health Workers To Manage COVID-19 In Zimbabwe

THE United States Agency for International Development  (USAID) has trained more than 8,200 healthcare workers and experts to provide technical support at health facilities in Zimbabwe during the COVID-19 pandemic. By Michael Gwarisa Speaking during a virtual roundtable meeting with journalists, newly appointed USAID mission director in Zimbabwe, Mr Art Brown said the United States government was committed to improving lives of ordinary Zimbabweans through  poverty alleviation, eliminating hunger and improving health standards. One of the major priorities that we have that I have stumbled into is the COVID-19 Pandemic that…

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PEPFAR’s new look homepage

By Kuda Pembere THE President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) has redesigned its website’s homepage for readers to get a bird’s eye view of all that’s being done in the program. The website was revamped in a way that keeps visitors returning for more while attracting unique ones as well. On the new homepage is a slideshow of high resolution thumbnails for news written on the website. The website is also embedded with social media widgets such as Facebook, Twitter and Flickr. “Our PEPFAR.gov homepage has a new look! Check it…

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