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NBSZ :#REDMONTH

National Blood Services Zimbabwe (NBSZ) has called upon the public to give a hand by donating blood during the red month which is May so as to save a life. NBSZ posted on its twitter handle through blood donations that one could save a life and was also encouraging the public to come in their numbers. Blood donation instills Ubuntu/hunhu ...

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First Lady appointed Health Ambassador

First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa was yesterday appointed by the Ministry of Health as the Ambassador for Health and Child Care. She was initially appointed Ambassador  for maternal and child health. The First Lady promised to work harder in the health section to ensure there is quality health care for all. This came up in the launch of the Nursing Now ...

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WHO:#Midwives

World Health Organization (WHO) commemorates midwives of their great job of delivering and saving lives of mothers and babies. On its twitter handle WHO said midwives were of great importance to the society as they protect the lives of women and children at birth time with caution. “#Midwives are essential to provision of quality of care, in all settings globally. ...

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Mnangagwa calls Mayor to discuss Chitungwiza resident’s hardships

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has called upon the Chitungwiza Mayor Lovemore Maiko to his office to discuss about the grievances Chitungwiza residents are facing. At a press conference Mnangagwa said he had a grievance from Chitungwiza residents who were receiving water twice a week and invited MDC mayor Lovemore Maiko to his office so they can have talks and a way ...

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UNICEF:Women and children affected by Cyclone Idai in need of help

United Nations Child Fund(UNICEF) is appealing to the public to assist women and children who were affected by Cyclone Idai. On its twitter handle UNICEF said there was need for immediate assistance to those who were affected by Cyclone Idai because they are at greater risk of being abused in camps. ‘Over 129,000 children were affected by #CycloneIdai and are ...

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Harare City Council pumps raw sewage into taps

Harare City Council is pumping raw sewage into tap water to city residents leading to disease outbreaks being the order of the day. Residents from Harare said the tap water smells like sewer because the tanks that belong to a sewer treatment plant are the main cause of the problem. The water comes from the sewer treatment plant because the ...

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United States Government celebrates Malaria Day

The United States Government is applauding Zimbabwe for the decline of reported cases and deaths of malaria as the World commemorates Malaria Day on 25th of April. In a press release US Government is celebrating the Malaria Day and the decrease of cases and deaths in Zimbabwe as Malaria was becoming a threat to human life in Zimbabwe. “The United ...

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Adult Rape Clinic calls for ‘Denim’ tomorrow

Adult Rape Clinic (ARC) is calling upon all citizens to wear Denim (Jeans) tomorrow as a sign of raising awareness against rape and sexual assault. Posting on their social media platform ARC said they are going to hold a rape and sexual assault prevention education campaign as a way of addressing misconceptions around rape and all forms of sexual assault. ...

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UNICEF reaches out to Cyclone Idai victims

United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) has come up with a plan of helping children who were affected by Cyclone Idai in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe. In a statement UNICEF said the children were the most affected by the storm and this had disturbed their way of living and were fighting against the spread of Cholera by providing sanitation ...

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Inmates report food crisis at Mutare prison.

Member in charge of Mutare Remand Prison have raised concern over the inhumane conditions that they are facing at the correctional center and prison officials have asked for help of aid to improve the situation. The prisoners reported that they have acute shortages of clean water, balanced diet, clothing, and blankets whilst analysts are criticizing President Emmerson Mnangagwa who is ...

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