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New HIV infections drop 8,4%

“There is a need to increase availability, quality and sustainability of services for HIV treatment
By Varaidzo Mudewairi and Jairos Saunyama Dec. 2, 2022

NAC urged to tame new HIV infections

NAC chief executive officer Bernard Madzima urged the media to also utilise contemporary methods of sharing and disseminating critical information on HIV and Aids.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Oct. 29, 2022

Zim wins bid to host ICASA 2023

The Society for AIDS in Africa informed Madzima that they are also planning to launch the call for ICASA 2023 logo.
By Vanessa Gonye Oct. 12, 2022

Social commentary: Zim women face risks in giving life

“My husband insists I should give birth to eight children or more, which he claims is part of his family culture,” said Chauke.

By The NewsDay Jul. 17, 2022

Social commentary: Zim women face risks in giving life

“My husband insists I should give birth to eight children or more, which he claims is part of his family culture,” said Chauke.

By The NewsDay Jul. 17, 2022

‘Govt committed to HIV, pandemics response’

President Mnangagwa said the theme was in sync with government’s thrust to address health inequalities and tackle social determinants.

By The NewsDay Dec. 5, 2021

‘Govt committed to HIV, pandemics response’

President Mnangagwa said the theme was in sync with government’s thrust to address health inequalities and tackle social determinants.

By The NewsDay Dec. 5, 2021

Getting to Zero new HIV Infection by 2030

TWO days away from World Aids Day (WAD) commemorations, Zimbabwe still stands on its commitment and  aspiration for an Aids free generation and seeks to  reduce new HIV infections among adults, adolescents and young people (15- 24 years) and children 0-14 years by 80% by 2025 .

By The NewsDay Dec. 1, 2021

Getting to Zero new HIV Infection by 2030

TWO days away from World Aids Day (WAD) commemorations, Zimbabwe still stands on its commitment and  aspiration for an Aids free generation and seeks to  reduce new HIV infections among adults, adolescents and young people (15- 24 years) and children 0-14 years by 80% by 2025 .

By The NewsDay Dec. 1, 2021