2 million children risk malnutrition: Unicef

Focusing on the most vulnerable districts in Zimbabwe, Unicef is targeting to assist at least two million children at risk of contracting preventable diseases and malnutrition.
By Gracious Daniel Apr. 3, 2024

‘45m children at high risk of climate change-induced diseases’

Unicef regional director for eastern and southern Africa, Eva Kadilli, said the climate change crisis is a real threat to children through disease outbreaks and malnutrition.
By Gracious Daniel Mar. 27, 2024

Zim surpasses 4 million target during polio vaccination using the novel oral polio vaccine type

WHO has played a crucial role in supporting Zimbabwe's response to the recent polio outbreak, including conducting the nationwide vaccination campaign.
By Amh Voices Mar. 15, 2024

Outreach a boon for the sick in Mat South

Under the programme, villagers access maternal health, sexual reproductive health, vaccination and mobile X-ray services.
By Sharon Sibindi Mar. 10, 2024

Arts key to promoting positive view of disability: Unicef

Oyewale said Unicef was committed to working with young people to amplify their voices and support them in influencing decisions and policies.
By Sharon Zebra Feb. 23, 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

Unicef hails changes in Zim age of consent law

This will contribute to a reduction of sexual abuse of children, which continues to be a concern in Zimbabwe.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 15, 2024

Letters: Cholera fight still has a long way to go

Unicef is grateful to HRF, which approved the reprogramming of US$1,5 million to support Unicef’s WASH, health, and social and behaviour change cholera response interventions.
By Amh Voices Dec. 25, 2023

Women worst affected by cholera: Unicef

Unicef said the most affected provinces were Harare and Manicaland, which together account for more than 80% of new infections.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Dec. 25, 2023