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ZPP MMR February 2017
Description: ZPP brings to you reports on the state of politically motivated violence in Zimbabwe during February 2017. If you are interested in reporting a violation contact us on the numbers that appear at the end.
  17 May 2017   5m19s 2 70 0
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ZPP MMR January 2017
Description: ZPP presents to you the human rights violations that were reported across the country in January 2017. #ZeroToleranceToPoliticalViolence
  17 May 2017   5m5s 1 117 0
Southern Africa Food Security Outlook (February - September 2017)
Description: To project food security outcomes, FEWS NET develops a set of assumptions about likely events, their effects, and the probable responses of various actors. FEWS NET analyzes these assumptions in the context of current conditions and local livelihoods to arrive at a most likely scenario for the coming six months.
  11 May 2017   7m35s 1 21 0
Cleared Landmines Helps Zimbabwe Farmers
Description: How mine clearance has made a huge difference for one family farm in Zimbabwe.
  21 Mar 2017   2m9s 2 81 0
Community Led Approaches Complimenting Sustainable Service Delivery for WASH Actions
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  01 Dec 2016   12m24s 3 72 0
Curbing hunger through mobile technology
Description: It has been six seasons since Patricia Nhauro’s family has harvested a viable crop. It has been even longer since her family has eaten three meals a day. “Probably not since before Mugabe was born,” Patricia says with a laugh, referring to Robert Mugabe, the 92-year-old President of Zimbabwe. The IFRC and Zimbabwe Red Cross Society are helping families like Patricia’s to survive the ongoing drought, in part through mobile cash transfers. “Being given cash, it gives me a choice,” says Patricia.
  16 Aug 2016   1m59s 1 220 0
Zimbabwe: Human Rights in Crisis
Description: The Center for Strategic and International Studies Africa Program, in collaboration with the United States Institute for Peace, cordially invites you to a panel discussion: (Read more at
  25 Mar 2016   38m19s 1 77 0
Double stretch: The journey to clearing Zimbabwe’s landmines
Description: Nearly 40 years after the conflict ended, landmines laid along the Zimbabwe’s border with Mozambique continue to pose a threat to the lives and livelihoods of rural communities. Since 2012, the ICRC has been assisting the Zimbabwe Mine Action Centre (ZIMAC) to strengthen its capacity to remove landmines in the Crooks Corner to Sango Border Post minefield in the southeastern Zimbabwe. In this video, we look at the challenges faced by deminers and the progress achieved so far.
  03 Feb 2016   4m45s 1 874 0
Sun, salt and sustainability: Improving hygiene in Zimbabwe’s prisons
Description: Helping to ensure that places of detention are clean and hygienic remains a priority for the ICRC who have been working in Zimbabwean prisons since 2009. In 2015, the ICRC introduced a chlorine production pilot project at Marondera Prison together with the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Service (ZPCS) with the goal of replacing the purchase of disinfectants by the ZPCS with a simpler, most cost-effective solution. In this video, we witness the impact of partnership between ZPCS and the ICRC aimed at finding affordable and sustainable solutions to keep places of detention clean.
  03 Feb 2016   3m38s 3 2441 0
ZANU-PF Conference: Trying to Find Solutions
Description: Piers Pigou, Southern Africa Project Director, speaks to Al Jazeera about the 11 December conference of Zimbabwe’s ruling ZANU-PF party, noting the need to address perennial issues regarding Mugabe’s succession, internal party factionalism and economic crisis. (11 December)
  11 Dec 2015   3m48s 1 352 0
We Are The Change: Trócaire HIV programme in Zimbabwe
Description: Trócaire in partnership with the Zimbabwe Network of People Living with HIV (ZNNP+) and Connect, have piloted a new initiative “We Are the Change: Dealing with HIV Related Self Stigma in Zimbabwe” using a method called ‘Inquiry Based Stress Reduction’ (IBSR).
  23 Nov 2015   7m6s 1 137 0
Changing views on Zimbabwe's land reform
Description: Professor Ian Scoones’ 15-year study of rural livelihoods in Zimbabwe has successfully transformed understanding of the impact of the 2000 land reform, leading to policy shifts within the region and internationally. Professor Scoones is second prize winner of the 'Outstanding International Impact' category of the ESRC Celebrating Impact Prize 2015. The Celebrating Impact Prize recognises and rewards the successes of ESRC-funded researchers achieving outstanding economic and societal impacts. More information on Professor Scoones' award-winning work is available at
  24 Jun 2015   4m4s 1537 0