Government to build new hospital in Harare

The Minister of Health and Child Care Dr David Parirenyatwa said plans are at an advanced stage to start the construction of a new hospital at Harare Central Hospital.

Dr Parirenyatwa said this in an interview at an end of year party held at Cresta Lodge in Harare today.


Mass Drug Administration coverage a success

Zimbabwe has managed to be among the four best countries to implement Mass Drug Administration (MDA) in the African Region, it qualifies now to do a re-impact assessment and this is recognized regionally.
In an interview during the MDA review meeting currently in Kariba, with the University of Zimbabwe Lecturer Professor Nicholas Midzi commended the provinces for the hard work they did to surpass the WHO standards


Survival against all odds-The story of Siphiwe Sindisi

Around the year 2003, the HIV epidemic was a disease of unimaginable proportions both in trying to contain it and being diagnosed with it. Being infected with the disease meant a condemnation to a life of isolation as the society as well shunned those who had the disease.


Launch of UK programme to support a resilient health System in Zimbabwe

The Department for International Development (DFID) has availed US$82.1 million to improve sexual, reproductive health and nutrition services for women , adolescents and children.This grant will finance finance health interventions implemented under the hEALTH development Fund while US$2.2 million will be for strengthening the country’s capacity to prevent,detect and respond to outbreaks.


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