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Water Sanitation
World Vision is supporting the drilling and rehabilitation of water sources to increase the number and percentage of households using improved sources of drinking water, the percentage of households using improved sanitation facilities, and the proportion of households with basic hand-washing facili...
Improving Sanitation
The government, with support from UNICEF and other partners, has approved a gender-sensitive Sanitation and Hygiene Policy. The policy aims to create an open defecation free Zimbabwe by 2030 in line with the Sustainable Development Goals.To achieve this, the demand-led Sanitation Focused Participato...
UNICEF
UNICEF’s water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) team works in over 100 countries worldwide to improve water and sanitation services, as well as basic hygiene practices. Last year, UNICEF’s efforts saw 45 million reached with improved water supplies, improved sanitation for 22 million and 50,000 commun...
Safe Water
Harare, Budiriro: Prisca (52), of Budiriro, a populous suburb in Zimbabwe’s capital Harare, has dealt with many hardships from unprotected water sources she and others from her community previously used to fetch drinking water from. Her children have been in and out of hospital several tim...
Water Kiosk
As a means to address water safety and sanitation issues in recognition of SDG 6, which calls for clean water and sanitation for all people, UNICEF partnered with UNDP and Oxfam to build a water kiosk to supply safe and clean drinking water for Prisca and her community.The established water kiosk is...
Maternal, Newborn...
Maternal, Newborn and Child SurvivalChildren, newborns and mothers have a greater chance of surviving today than they did just two decades ago. Still, diseases like pneumonia, malaria and diarrhoea – along with pregnancy- and birth-related complications – claim the lives of millions of chi...
Navigating Pregnancy...
Navigating pregnancy during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.Many expectant mothers are fearful of going to appointments while they are taking precautions, such as staying home and practicing physical distancing when outside. “You do see a lot of adaptation happening at the moment in the ...
Maternal and...
Maternal and Newborn HealthUNICEF is committed to addressing the needs of mothers, newborns and children, and ensuring they have access to affordable, quality health care, good nutrition and clean water.We work closely with Governments, partners and communities to combat common infectious childhood ...
Cyclone Idai
MAPUTO, 16 May 2019 -  Hundreds of thousands of children affected by deadly Cyclone Idai in Mozambique have been vaccinated and received vitamin A supplements in the past week, with UNICEF and partners including the World Health Organisation (WHO) supporting the Government-led Health Week in the 21 ...
Climate Changes
The cyclone currently hammering India and the back-to-back cyclones that tore through Mozambique in March and April have caused serious damage to the lives of thousands of children. They should be an urgent wake-up call to world leaders on the grave risks that extreme weather events pose to the live...
Cyclone Idai...
Cyclone Idai Hits Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe .In Zimbabwe, early estimates from government sources in Chimanimani District in Manicaland, put the numbers affected by the cyclone as approximately 1,600 households (8,000 people), with 23 deaths and 71 people reported missing. There are unofficial...
Getting Medical Supplies
Getting medical supplies to displaced families.In Mozambique, UNICEF has provided vaccines to successfully immunize 900,000 people against cholera. Meanwhile, by 16 May, more than 700,000 children had been vaccinated against Polio, more than 650,000 children against Measles and Rubella,&nb...
Improving Sanitation
The government, with support from UNICEF and other partners, has approved a gender-sensitive Sanitation and Hygiene Policy. The policy aims to create an open defecation free Zimbabwe by 2030 in line with the Sustainable Development Goals.To achieve this, the demand-led Sanitation Focused Participato...
UNICEF
UNICEF’s water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) team works in over 100 countries worldwide to improve water and sanitation services, as well as basic hygiene practices. Last year, UNICEF’s efforts saw 45 million reached with improved water supplies, improved sanitation for 22 million and 50,000 commun...
Safe Water
Harare, Budiriro: Prisca (52), of Budiriro, a populous suburb in Zimbabwe’s capital Harare, has dealt with many hardships from unprotected water sources she and others from her community previously used to fetch drinking water from. Her children have been in and out of hospital several tim...
Water Kiosk
As a means to address water safety and sanitation issues in recognition of SDG 6, which calls for clean water and sanitation for all people, UNICEF partnered with UNDP and Oxfam to build a water kiosk to supply safe and clean drinking water for Prisca and her community.The established water kiosk is...