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‘Drugs expose users to HIV’

A recent study by the Zimbabwe Civil Liberties and Drug Network revealed that women who use drugs face unique challenges and vulnerabilities which require specialised care and support.
By Vanessa Gonye Sep. 12, 2023
Old Mutual donates a neo-natal ventilator to Murambinda Hospital
Old Mutual donates a neo-natal ventilator to Murambinda Hospital
Murambinda Hospital is a rural community hospital located in the town of Murambinda, Buhera District in Manicaland Province.
By Donald Nyandoro Jul. 27, 2023
Zimbabwe launches FRIENDZ mental health project
“Through this programme, we will train health workers at the PHC level to provide quality mental health services, ensuring no one is left behind,” she said.
By Staff Reporter and WHO Jul. 21, 2023
UBH records spike in paediatric admissions
“We have about 20 or minus patients. The number is gradually increasing and children are getting all the treatment they need,” Rambanapasi said. 
By Patricia Sibanda Jul. 21, 2023
Call for African health sector resource mobilisation
The parliamentarians said there should be commitment towards domestic resource mobilisation.
By Vanessa Gonye Jul. 13, 2023
COVID-19 not yet over: WHO
“We need to manage COVID-19 like any other infectious disease. Let’s treat it the way we treat influenza, HIV and other diseases.” 
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jun. 15, 2023
Dapivirine ring shows comparable HIV risk rate with oral PrEP
The World Health Organisation recommends the ring as an additional prevention option for women at substantial risk for HIV.
By Aidsmaps Jun. 10, 2023
Seek early cancer treatment: Cancer Association
According to the Zimbabwe National Cancer registry, more than 80% of cancer patients are visiting hospitals when it’s too late for treatment.
By Vanessa Gonye May. 29, 2023
'New law will hasten healthcare workers exodus'
Healthcare professionals say the amendment violates their rights and will demoralise healthcare workers and hasten their exodus from Zimbabwe.
By Global Press Journal May. 19, 2023
Nurses bemoan ‘slave wages‘
Using the black market rate of about US$1: $2 700, this means the nurses may be earning less than US$20.
By Harriet Chikandiwa May. 12, 2023
Cholera outbreak: Harare residents petition council
In a petition addressed to mayor Jacob Mafume, residents said the council was largely to blame for the cholera outbreak.
By Tatenda Manyinyire May. 10, 2023
WHO says Covid-19 is no longer a global health emergency
WHO’s International Health Regulations Emergency Committee discussed the pandemic on Thursday at its 15th meeting on Covid-19.
By CNN May. 5, 2023
Harare records 21 cholera cases
“We now have 21 cases, seven confirmed cases and these are mainly coming from the western suburbs,” Chonzi said.
By Vanessa Gonye May. 3, 2023
Time has stood still for iconic Mbare midwife
Mbuya Gwena is well-known in the community, and even children know where she can be found.
By Lorraine Muromo and Vanessa Gonye Apr. 22, 2023
Malaria ravages Mash East, Central provinces
Malaria transmission is seasonal and unstable, causing sickness and death across all age groups.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Apr. 14, 2023
Malaria kills 59
Health experts have predicted that the figures will continue to rise across the country if families delay getting treatment.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Vanessa Gonye Apr. 6, 2023
Churches roll out COVID-19 vaccination drive
The blitz is currently being implemented in Chikomba, Uzumba-Maramba-Pfungwe and Mutoko districts.
By Jairos Saunyama Apr. 6, 2023
Marburg virus scare
In a statement yesterday, Health secretary Jasper Chimedza said measures have been put in place at the borders to contain the spread of the virus.
By Donald Nyandoro Apr. 5, 2023
Strengthen SRH rights, govts urged
Sekgoma said the SRHR landscape across the Sadc region was ever evolving.
By Vanessa Gonye Apr. 5, 2023
Cholera: Experts call for access to clean water
Community Working Group on Health executive director Itai Rusike said to effectively deal with cholera, government should deal with fundamental public health issues like access to water.
By Lorraine Muromo and Vanessa Gonye Mar. 30, 2023
Measles kills 750 children: Report
Children aged between six months and five years were the worst affected.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Mar. 30, 2023
Govt sets up US$24m kitty to fight cholera
She said cross-border mobility had also played a part in the spread of cholera to Zimbabwe.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Mar. 29, 2023
Zim has only one cancer machine: Govt
Chimedza said the country’s only radiotherapy machine is privately owned.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Mar. 29, 2023
Concern over mental health patients abuse
She said there is need for mental health awareness within communities.
By Emma Nhancumba Mar. 28, 2023
Nurses fret over global recruitment ban
Zimbabwe Professional Nurses Union secretary-general Douglas Chikobvu described the recruitment ban as a major blow for health professionals.
By Miriam Mangwaya Mar. 27, 2023
5 Simple Lifestyle Changes To Keep Your Kidneys Healthy
Following a healthy diet has been shown to provide good benefits for the body, including for our kidney health
By Newsday Mar. 19, 2023
Bird flu: Nigeria is on major migratory bird routes, new strains keep appearing
Bird flu is scientifically known as avian influenza and the pathogenic form as highly pathogenic avian influenza
By The Conversation Mar. 17, 2023
Kenya introduced free maternal health services a decade ago - it’s been a success, saving lives
Most of these deaths can be prevented if women receive maternal health services.
By The Conversation Mar. 17, 2023