World Vision Celebrates Significant Increase In Access To safe water

THE World Vision a Christian and child-focused humanitarian aid agency celebrates significant increase in the number of children and families accessing safe water in Zimbabwe By Patricia Mashiri Celebrating this year’s World Water Day running under the theme “Valuing Water, World Vision have made water available in sufficient quantities transforming communities and contributing to their health, education as well as economic benefits. Morris Chidavaenzi, the World Vision Zimbabwe WASH Technical Advisor, said they were thankful to their local and international partners whom they worked with to accelerate the access of…

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NAC/UNICEF Collaborate To Integrate WASH and HIV Programs For Positive Health Outcomes In Sanyati

IN a bid to reduce diarrhoeal induced morbidity and mortality amongst People Living with HIV (PLHIV) as well as influence behavior change, the National AIDS Council (NAC) has partnered the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNCEF) and the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) to integrate HIV and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene programs in Sanyati districts.   By Michael Gwarisa recently in Sanyati A study conducted by the Anglo-American Group foundation indicate that Diarrhoea remains a very common disease affecting about 90% of people living with HIV in Southern Africa,…

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Why You Should Drink Water In Winter

Staff Reporter Its official, winter is here and will be with us for quite some time! In Zimbabwe, winter lasts for almost four months, that is from May to August leaving behind a trail of destruction which include respiratory ailments and unpleasant skin conditions. According to experts, water makes up 60% of  the human body weight, meaning almost for everybody part to function properly, it needs a certain percentage of water. During winter, most people suffer from severe dry skins and continuous headaches, the biggest reason to that is dehydration.…

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