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Procter & Gamble and World Vision Equip and Empower Zimbabweans in Fight Against Cholera

SEATTLE, Feb. 24, 2009 /PRNewswire/ -- As Zimbabwe continues to confront a cholera epidemic tied to failing water and sanitation infrastructure, a new World Vision project supported by the Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG ) Children's Safe Drinking Water Program is underway, providing Zimbabwe...

Not On Our Watch Grant to UNICEF to Support Critical Protection Programs for Zimbabwean Refugee Children

... In the last six months, unstable economic conditions, coupled with a severe cholera outbreak have contributed to a dramatic increase in the number of zimbabweans undertaking the dangerous journey of fleeing to neighboring South Africa, particularly children. Once in South Africa, refugee children live in e...

As Obama Urges Emergency Action on Zimbabwe, Health Crisis Worsens

...mmeted from 62 in the early 1990s to 36 today. The average life expectancy for females in Zimbabwe (34) is the lowest on the planet. Every day, 400 zimbabweans die of AIDS. PHR reports that many people living with HIV have experienced interruptions of their anti-retroviral drug supplies. Further, many hav...

Zimbabwean Health Workers Call For Crisis Response

...INSECURITY: The government's recent suspension of the delivery of vital humanitarian assistance severely threatens access to a population of 2 million zimbabweans who depend on assistance from the World Food Programme (WFP). By the end of this year, the number could double, according to the Programme. VIOLEN...

Incentives to stop Zimbabwe skills exodus

...The economic crisis of Zimbabwe forced millions of zimbabweans to go to neighbouring countries in search of bette... and other countries have nearly 4 million skilled zimbabweans living and working there. This exodus has had a ma...Hodgson, humanitarian crisis has made around 1,300 zimbabweans to come to New Zealand of which, 800 have not appl...

Zimbabwe To Get £22-Million For Support Of AIDS/HIV Childre

...ose their lives to HIV/AIDS. The average life expectancy has been lowered from 69 to 40 due to the HIV/AIDS epidemic since 1980. The good news is that zimbabweans still continue to set an example in care of vulnerable children. A majority of the orphaned children are being absorbed either by distant relatives or...

Zimbabwe Faces Shortage Of AIDS Drugs

... A Summary Report by Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune According to a report by the Chicago Tribune, HIV-positive zimbabweans are having limited// access to antiretroviral drugs, owing to rising prices, dearth of foreign exchange to import drugs and President Robert Mugabe's ...
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