United States provides additional $600,000 for disaster recovery to small holder farmers affected by Cyclone Idai

Harare, Zimbabwe, July 1, 2019 – The United States Government has provided an additional $600,000 to assist approximately 1,700 smallholder farmers in Chimanimani District to recover and rebuild their lives following Cyclone Idai.  The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) will provide funds to its local partner, LEAD Trust, to spearhead these recovery efforts …

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U.S. backs Zim progress towards TB infection control

A senior official from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a United States government health agency, has called for increased collaboration among private and public health organisations to sustain efforts that accelerate progress in preventing the spread of tuberculosis (TB) among health care workers. ”It is paramount that we implement measures to keep …

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U.S. embassy celebrates opening of renovated public affairs office

Harare, March 17, 2015: The United States Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Bruce Wharton, officially opened the renovated Public Affairs Section (PAS) in a ceremony at Eastgate 7th Floor, Goldbridge, Harare.  The celebratory event included remarks from the Ambassador, a ribbon-cutting ceremony, and a reception.  Attendees included Zimbabweans who have participated in U.S. Embassy-sponsored programs, such as …

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