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Minister of Health receives commodities towards cholera outbreak

Hon. Minister Dr Obadiah Moyo

First Lady Amai observes slides used for histological diagnosis of cervical cancer in women using a microscope

First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa

Nurse taking monthly assessments at a clinic

Government rolls out Oral Cholera Vaccine

Dr Gerald Gwinji, Secretary for Health and Child Care

Officially launching the National Infection and Prevention Control Guidelines.

Lets go zero on Cholera

Government  receives 500 000 cholera vaccine doses . For more information. Click Here

EU avails additional €20.6 million to health

The European Union (EU) has committed an additional €20.6 million to the Ministry of Health and Child Care. click the EU donation for more



100 day plan

Click here to view the 100 day plan

Milestone as health facilities receive shot in the arm

Milestone as health facilities receive shot in the arm                                                                                                               

 

                                                                                  

 

In a major milestone, public health centers in Zimbabwe benefited from the installation of solar systems, thanks to the Solar for Health Initiative of the Ministry of health and Child Care with its partner UNDP targeting all public health facilities across the country.

The Solar for Health Initiative supports health institutions to increase access to quality health services through the installation of solar energy photo-voltaic systems (PV), ensuring constant and cost-effective access to electricity, while also mitigating the impact of climate change and advancing multiple Sustainable Development Goals.

 

 

The introduction of solar energy in health institutions made them breath a huge sigh of relief and they as say good bye to erratic power supply and huge electricity bills.

The savings from energy bills will go towards providing other critical services like buying essential medicines and maintenance of hospital equipment.”

In the event of very hot regions and prone to flooding during the rainy season which damages electricity cables leading to power outages which can last for three to four months, severely undermining the ability to provide efficient medical services to the population, the solar power initiative is a welcome move.

 

Milestone as health facilities receive shot in the arm

In a major milestone, public health centers in Zimbabwe benefited from the installation of solar systems, thanks to the Solar for Health Initiative of the Ministry of health and Child Care with its partner UNDP targeting all public health facilities across the country.

The Solar for Health Initiative supports health institutions to increase access to quality health services through the installation of solar energy photo-voltaic systems (PV), ensuring constant and cost-effective access to electricity, while also mitigating the impact of climate change and advancing multiple Sustainable Development Goals.

The introduction of solar energy in health institutions made them breath a huge sigh of relief and they as say good bye to erratic power supply and huge electricity bills.

The savings from energy bills will go towards providing other critical services like buying essential medicines and maintenance of hospital equipment.”

In the event of very hot regions and prone to flooding during the rainy season which damages electricity cables leading to power outages which can last for three to four months, severely undermining the ability to provide efficient medical services to the population, the solar power initiative is a welcome move.

 

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DISEASES / CONDITIONS

DEFINITIONS

Cholera

Suspected Case

Any patient age 5 years or more with severe dehydration or death from acute watery diarrhoea

If There Is A Cholera Epidemic: any person age 2 years or more with acute watery diarrhoea, with or without vomiting

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