64% Zim girls, women malnourished: Unicef
Many adolescent girls and women, especially those from poorer households and living in rural areas, are not consuming nutritious food, Unicef has noted.
By Emma Nhancumba Mar. 13, 2023
Youths fight drug abuse, child marriages
YAZ executive director Tatenda Songore said the initiative helps to impart knowledge and life skills to pupils who in turn go to educate their own communities.
By Sindiso Dube Mar. 7, 2023
Youths left out in all facets of life
The Robert Gabriel Mugabe National Youth Day was first recognised as a public holiday on November 24, 2017 through Statutory Instrument 143 of 2017.
By AMH Voices Feb. 27, 2023
No reason for us to be this hungry
Zimbabwe’s enduring hunger situation is, however, now a serious cause for concern because it has been haunting the country for too many years to be deemed normal.
By Newsday Jan. 31, 2023
3m face hunger: Unicef
The organisation described the country’s humanitarian context as fragile, saying citizens chronically grapple with natural hazards that are exacerbated by climate change and economic instability.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Jan. 30, 2023
Invest more into education, govt urged
He said the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child highlights access to free primary education as a fundamental right of every child.
By Methembe Sibanda Jan. 25, 2023
School health club wheel for change in Epworth
The health club, which was established in 2019 has seen its members carrying forward the lessons and health practices to their households which are prone to cholera and typhoid.
By Sindiso Dube Jan. 22, 2023
Feature: Child rights get more focus in bid to fight early marriages
The revelations show that the country has a serious problem of child marriages.
By Methembe Sibanda Dec. 24, 2022
Letters: Adequately fund social protection
In the 2023 budget, government allocated $50,4 billion (1,1% of the budget) for the provision of its mainstream social protection programmes.
By AMH Voices Dec. 13, 2022
Mapeza pins hope on defence
Chicken Inn wary of debutants