United States Celebrates ‘Heroes’ in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS

By Thomas Hastings, Acting U.S. Ambassador  On December 1st each year, World AIDS Day prompts us to reflect upon our collective efforts to bring the HIV epidemic under control and end AIDS as we know it. We wear red ribbons to commemorate those who have lost their lives and the struggles of those still living …

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United States Approves $213.2 million to Support HIV Response in Zimbabwe

Harare, Zimbabwe, October 18, 2021 – More than 1.2 million Zimbabweans living with HIV will continue receiving lifesaving treatment and health services enabling them to lead long and healthy lives, and thousands of health care workers will continue carrying out their critical work under the latest country plan approved by the United States. Congress approved …

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Zimbabwe without landmines: a crucial step towards development

Lying dormant until triggered by a victim and intended to incapacitate, landmines maim civilians and render vast tracks of land unusable.  Mines and unexploded ordnance leave a terrible legacy of war, long after the guns have fallen silent.  Hidden from sight, they continue to kill and injure innocent civilians going about their daily lives, especially …

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U.S., AU collaborate to boost Zim’s anti- malaria efforts

Mutare, March 27 2017: A senior United States Embassy official says her government is providing funding support to Africa University to boost its capacity to support Zimbabwe’s anti-malaria efforts. “In 2015, following discussions with the Zimbabwe National Malaria Program, the United States President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) committed to support a laboratory to enhance Zimbabwe’s capacity …

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