UNDP to assist Bulawayo avert challenges

Bulawayo mayor David Coltart appealed for assistance from UNDP at a meeting held last week.
By Margaret Lubinda 3h ago

Mpilo TB laboratory 60% complete

This was revealed during a tour on Wednesday when United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) civil engineer Yvonne Mpande was giving an update of the project status.
By Margaret Lubinda May. 24, 2024

President Kagame full speech: 30th Commemoration of the genocide against the Tutsi

Countless Rwandans also resisted the call to genocide. Some paid the ultimate price for that courage, and we honour their memory.
By Amh Voices Apr. 8, 2024

Climate-resilient farming takes root in Mwenezi

The project benefits more than just farmers. Local youths, previously unemployed due to drought, were hired to build the irrigation infrastructure and receive maintenance training.
By Francisca Buluwati Apr. 7, 2024

US$50m fund to tackle climate crisis

UNDP programmes officer James Mafusire told the Zimbabwe Independent that families would also receive grain cereals.
By Gamuchirai Nyamuziwa Apr. 5, 2024

Zim’s gender gap widening: UNDP

To address the challenge, Ndhlukula said her company, in collaboration with several co-operatives, had started an initiative called Women Own the Business Trust.
By Gamuchirai Nyamuziwa Apr. 4, 2024

2K families to benefit from climate project

UNDP said two schemes had already been completed, benefiting 320 households while eight more were in the process of being established.
By Gamuchirai Nyamuziwa Apr. 3, 2024

CSOs urged to be credible to avoid folding

The Civil Society Partnership for Development Effectiveness notes that insights from CSOs are vital in global policy discussions.
By Adelaide Kuudzerema Mar. 28, 2024

‘Use lithium to negotiate Zim out of sanctions’

The United States last year lifted sanctions on Ethiopia despite continued abuses and ethnic cleansing campaigns in the northern Tigray region.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Feb. 19, 2024