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Feature: Mobile cholera treatment saves lives in Buhera

Buhera district in Manicaland province has been one of the cholera hotspots in the country since October last year.
By Vanessa Gonye Feb. 14, 2024
Funding challenges impede cholera fight
Funding challenges impede cholera fight
On Monday, Zimbabwe began distributing oral cholera vaccines, targeting 800 000 people.
By GRACIOUS DANIEL Jan. 31, 2024
Apostolic sects embrace cholera vaccination
“We are telling them that cholera is real, they should always use treated water and maintain hygiene,” she said.
By Vanessa Gonye Jan. 31, 2024
Collaborative, decisive action can rescue Africa from NTDs
According to Zimbabwe’s National Health Strategy, 70 percent of the country’s population is at risk of contracting a NTD.
By Kennedy Mubaiwa Jan. 30, 2024
Cholera vaccination targets 2,3m
The campaign comes at a time when Zimbabwe is battling a cholera outbreak that has been in existence for close to a year. 
By Vanessa Gonye Jan. 30, 2024
Cholera ravages children
Among the reported cholera cases to date, 31% were under 15 years of age while 14 % were under five years of age.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 29, 2024
Red Cross intensifies cholera fight in Harare
Communities such as Glenview, Budiriro, Highfield, Glen Norah and Hopley are among the city’s cholera hotspots where ZRCS is operating from.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jan. 26, 2024
Cancer fight is everyone’s responsibility
Awareness and screening levels of these priority cancersan are of paramount importance.
By Michelle Madzudzo Jan. 26, 2024
A multi-sensory approach to children with visual impairment
CHILDREN with visual impairment (VI) challenge the micro (family) and meso (school) systems in different ways. 
By Nicholas Aribhino Jan. 26, 2024
Cholera vaccine roll out next week
“An additional US$13 million is being looked into so that the water woes can be eliminated,” he said.
By Blessed Mhlanga Jan. 25, 2024
Recognising trailblazing medical practitioners
The country should know that those who contribute to the growth of Zimbabwe deserve to be remembered. With unity, we will achieve more.
By Dr Johannes Marisa Jan. 25, 2024
‘Private sector stabilising heath sector’
The country’s health sector has endured years of underfunding and a debilitating brain drain amid a crippling shortage of basic medicines and drugs at public hospitals.
By Vincent Mungofa Jan. 24, 2024
Cholera, COVID-19 stalk Zim, Sadc
ZIMBABWE and its neighbours are facing an overwhelming cholera outbreak amid a surge in COVID-19 cases since the onset of the rain season.
By Vincent Mungofa Jan. 23, 2024
Man destroys family planning pills to fix wife
She said she had suffered since marrying Shumba, whom she accused of verbal and physical abuse.
By Rejoice Phiri Jan. 23, 2024
NBSZ sends SOS as blood stocks deplete
Ngwenya said they are seeking assistance from stakeholders towards blood donation.
By JERSSIE MPOFU Jan. 22, 2024
‘Zim on right path in HIV fight’
“It is now 30 years of our pilot project and we realised and were convinced that the HIV epidemic can be controlled,”
By Tendai Sauta Jan. 22, 2024
Ensure your girl child’s good health
Toddlers going to play school are often prone to common cold, cough, infections and other conditions.
By hdfcergo/wellnesscorner Jan. 22, 2024
Opinion: Let’s be more serious about cholera
The coming of the rains can worsen cholera as there is further contamination of water bodies. 
By Dr Johannes Marisa Jan. 19, 2024
Feature: Zim’s goal to end Aids is so close — Why are health experts worried?
The mother of two was devastated. She felt betrayed. “I thought that she was going to keep the issue a secret when I confided in her,” she said.
By Gamuchirai Masiyiwa Dec. 11, 2023
Govt urged to do more in HIV/Aids fight
The report says the barriers have the ability to reverse the gains achieved to date.
By Vanessa Gonye Dec. 7, 2023
People Living with HIV fret over stigmatisation
ZNNP+ vice-chairperson Moreni Masanzu emphasized the need to roll out comprehensive stigma and discrimination initiatives to address one of the largest barriers to ending Aids by 2030.
By Kennedy Nyavaya Dec. 6, 2023
Interview: KN-TB programme set to eliminate TB
The project has provided technical assistance in updating national TB treatment guidelines including for drug resistant forms of TB.
By Vanessa Gonye Dec. 6, 2023
22 districts to receive US$87m Pepfar funding
The programme caters for adolescent girls and young women, high-risk men and boys and members of key populations in communities in their diversity.
By Vanessa Gonye Dec. 5, 2023
Government commits to ending mother-to-child HIV transmission
Mombeshora called on health partners to create synergies and collaborate towards achieving the vision of a new generation of children free from HIV-related infections. 
By Kennedy Nyavaya Dec. 3, 2023
WHO launches Social Connection commission
Commissioner Mpemba said that Social isolation knows no age boundaries, impacting 1 in 4 older individuals globally and 5-15% of adolescents.
By WHO Nov. 16, 2023
Govt skirts blame over doctor, musician deaths
Mombeshora said authorities were still in the process of operationalising the air ambulances with Air Force of Zimbabwe personnel.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Oct. 30, 2023
HIV gender disparity disturbing: Nac
Zimbabwe has 1,3 million people living with HIV (PLHIV).
By Vanessa Gonye Oct. 30, 2023
Shot in the arm for heart patients
Speaking on behalf of ZimHeart, one of the members, Paul Chirikure said the programme came at an opportune time as they were continuously losing their members due to medical costs.
By Vanessa Gonye Oct. 30, 2023