UN in Zimbabwe Newsletter

  • The 16th edition of the UN in ZImbabwe newsletter titled 'Partnerships for making SDGs a Reality for All' features the UN Day commemorations in Zimbabwe, Youth development through skills building and ending HIV/AIDS by 2030. It also looks at issues of human rights and of building resilience.

  • The 15th edition of the UN in ZImbabwe newsletter focuses on the toll the drought has had on communities, and the response of humanitarian and development partners to the drought. It also looks at the coordination of the response and building resilience against future shocks.

  • This issue features the response to the drought situation; ending child marriages; economic recovery; human rights; and health and HIV.

  • This 13th edition features the UN@70 anniversary; Localising the SDGs; Enhancing Food Security; Ending Child Marriages and Advancing Quality Health Services.

  • This issue highlights the Dialogue on Post-2015 Development Agenda, the new five year UN in Zimbabwe strategic plan and on reinforcing development coordination. It also looks at programme results on HIV and AIDS, maternal health, community asset building and women’s empowerment issues.

  • The 11th edition features the Dialogue on Fiscal Space; ZUNDAF Partnerships; Media engagement; Women & Girls Empowerment; and issues of Human Rights. It also highlights HIV & AIDS, Food Security, the Post-2015 Development Agenda and more.

  • This 10th edition covers impact of UN initiated small grants in community development, progress on ZUNDAF rollout as well as positive trends on health and highlights on ongoing UN supported youth empowerment programmes.

  • The ninth edition of the United Nations in Zimbabwe newsletter is dedicated to UN engagement in promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment initiatives in Zimbabwe. This newsletter also highlights issues related to health, skills, and human trafficking. Finally, this newsletter covers updates on the development of the new Zimbabwe United Nations Development Assistance Framework (ZUNDAF) for 2016-2020, the UN’s partnership with the Harare International Festival of Arts, and the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair.

  • This issue covers the 68th anniversary celebrations of the United Nations under the theme, "For Safer Motherhood in Zimbabwe." It also highlights UN supported programme results, curbing violence against women, teenage pregnancy and human rights issues. Sustainable food systems, World AIDS Day celebrations, migration and Wednesday@UNIC updates are featured in the remaining articles.

  • The UN in Zimbabwe Newsletter seventh issue highlights the UN World Tourism General Assembly. The newsletter also covers efforts on food and nutrition security as well as MDGs progress in Zimbabwe. The remaining articles highlight health, youth employment, rural development, gender, and migration issues.

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