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Parents shun own disabled children

Before the coming of ZPHCA to Chivi, children with disability in Chivi were being shun by their own parents however the parents have since been taught how to love their children.
By Joyce Dzikiti Jun. 8, 2023

Unicef praises Zim child protection laws

Unicef country representative Tajudeen Oyawalen said Zimbabwe’s efforts were commendable.
By Freeman Makopa and Lorraine Muromo May. 20, 2023

Sweden pledges US$6m to fight child abuse

Asa Pehrson said the support falls under the United Nations’ Children’s Emergency Fund (Unicef)’s 2022-2026 country programming.
By Lorraine Muromo May. 17, 2023

‘Climate change shocks, hunger fuelling child marriages in Zim’

Available statistics indicate that child marriages are rampant in the country, with% 34% of girls getting married before the age of 18 and 5% before they turn 15.
By Lorraine Muromo May. 6, 2023

Zim close to eliminating measles, polio: WHO

In October last year, the country experienced a resurgence in the mediaeval disease which resulted in many deaths and confirmed cases being recorded in several provinces.
By Vanessa Gonye May. 1, 2023

Measles kills 750 children: Report

Children aged between six months and five years were the worst affected.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Mar. 30, 2023

Manna for starving villagers

Edmos Mtetwa, the chief director of social development and disability affairs in the Public Service ministry appreciated the collaboration between government, Unicef and the implementing partners.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 25, 2023

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