Health & Nutrition

application/pdfSC Zim Garden Trust Project BriefRead how, Save the Children in Zimbabwe (SC) and The Garden Trust’s integrated Food Security, Nutrition, Health, and Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) program reached over 50,000 children and their communities in Binga and Kariba districts, increasing food and nutrition security, improving hygiene and Infant & Young Child Feeding practices (IYCF), and increasing access to health services, clean water, and sanitation between 2013 and 2022.04/03/2023541KB
application/pdfThe Smaller Picture ZimbabweThe Smaller Picture Zimbabwe highlights the story of Nyasha, a child who inspired us to continue our efforts to fight against malnutrition.27/11/2018625KB
application/pdfStrengthening Primary Health Care in ZimbabweThis document provides information about the evidence on Primary Health Care financing in Zimbabwe.26/10/2017556KB
application/pdfZimbabwe Common Cause BriefThe brief highlights issues of access to health for every women and children in Zimbabwe through Universal Health coverage. It provides recommendations to ensure every child and woman has access to health26/10/2017719KB
application/pdfPsychosocial Support for Orphans and Children exposed to HIVThe Save the Children Zimbabwe (SCZ) and Zimbabwe AIDS Prevention Project-University of Zimbabwe (ZAPP-UZ) partnership (2004 – 2014) was anchored on raising awareness on PMTCT ,promoting and providing psychosocial support services and training for infected pregnant and lactating mothers, their spouses/partners and children within broader efforts to prevent mother to child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV.07/05/20151MB
application/pdfZimbabwe Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2014The Zimbabwe Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) was carried out in 2014 by the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZIMSTAT) as part of the global MICS programme. Technical and financial support was coordinated by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).07/05/20158MB
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