Zimbabwe is set to receive more than US$450 million under the Global Fund Grant round eight with more than US$179 million having been received so far Under Phase 1 of the programme.
Five children are reported to have died in the past eight days due to an outbreak of measles at Chabwino Farmâ€™s Svisva settlement in Goromonzi West District amid revelations that the police were never informed about any of the deaths.
The availability of an ultrasound scanning machine at Chitungwiza hospital has brought relief to pregnant women and children with heart problems as they are no longer being referred to private hospitals for further tests.Read More
Residents of Zvishavane and surrounding areas with eye problems are set to benefit from a free eye clinic that has been organised by various organisations in conjunction with the Ministry of Health and Child Welfare.
The free eye camp that has been organised by Eyes for Africa, Help Age Zimbabwe and Council for the Blind in conjunction with the Ministry of Health and Child Welfare will begin this Wednesday afternoon at white hospital and will run up until Friday the 19th of this month.Read More
Harare Central hospital main theatres that were out of service for six years are set to open after government provided funding.
The 1 200-bed referral institution has been operating without its main theatres since 2002 and their revival will commence soon following the release of funding by government.
This follows the Head of State and Government Â and Commander In-Chief of the ZimbabweÂ Defence Forces CdeÂ Robert Mugabeâ€™s note when he launched theÂ Short-Term Emergency Recovery (STERP) Programme last year.Read More