UNICEF: Illustrated book about Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in Humanitarian Aid
For the purposes of accountability to affected populations, community feedback mechanisms, and prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse in humanitarian aid, UNICEF has created this illustrated booklet to protect communities, especially women and girls, through information and entertainment education. It is available in english and shona.
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Liquid Telecom launches pandemic helpline in Zimbabwe
Liquid Telecom has partnered with the government of Zimbabwe to deliver a national toll-free ‘2023’ helpline and call centre to support citizens during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Read more here: https://www.developingtelecoms.com/telecom-business/operator-news/9469-liquid-telecom-and-zimbabwe-government-launch-pandemic-helpline.html?fbclid=IwAR2rzFFCFzbHfHjBAHzCDI0GdiYpQSotlnSHdwZeoSLZGuJmS2yQuQe2LIo
Jointly Developed: Zimbabwe – COVID-19 poster in 17 languages
UNICEF, WHO and partners have produced a poster regarding preventing the spread of COVID-19 which has been translated in to the 17 national languages of Zimbabwe. They can be accessed here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1-gBy5Lom7eadwExJbN4WJhpuAnDeTQJb?usp=drive_open
Zimbabwe’s grandmothers are turning the tide on mental health
This is a story of hope. The steady worsening of mental health across the world – and the personal, economic and social damage this is causing – can seem like a problem too big to solve.