The Global Fund's replenishment this year is another important chance to gather resources to advance the work we are doing in Zimbabwe and the work that many others are doing around the world.
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HARARE, Zimbabwe — Zimbabwe's health minister says the southern African country needs $700 million to restore health services shattered by a dec...
Nurses like Sekai have to manually carry patients up and down several flights of stairs. In the emergency department, trolleys to carry patients no longer have wheels or mattresses.
2008 was an especially grim year in Zimbabwe -- and prospects for the coming year seem little better. The fact that Zimbabweans were celebrating the new year at all might seem surprising.
In Zimbabwe, the lack of medicine, equipment, services, and staff in public hospitals is resulting in preventable deaths. There is no access to care for those who cannot afford private clinics.
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