Zimbabwe Humanitarian Dashboard (as of 25 June 2012)

Infographic
from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Published on 25 Jun 2012

Crisis description

Outlook: food insecurity expected to continue for the rest of the year. Politically-motivated violence leading to displacement towards election period. Sporadic disease outbreaks.

Most-affected groups: food-insecure rural and urban households, migrants who have been forcefully returned from neighboring countries, asylum seekers and refugees from Horn of Africa and Great Lakes region, displacement-affected populations, children suffering from chronic and acute malnutrition, rural populations without access to basic WASH and health services, HIV/AIDS affected.

Most-affected areas: Matebeleland North; South; and Bulawayo Provinces, Masvingo Province and parts of Manicaland and Midland Provinces.

Main drivers of the crisis: slow implementation of the Global Political Agreement, inadequate recovery/development assistance, poor weather patterns.

Link: Mid-Year Review of the Consolidated Appeal for Zimbabwe 2012

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