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UNICEF/UNI200138/Khuzaie
Evidence Reviews

Zimbabwe 2008-2009 Cholera Outbreak Crisis Review

This After Action Review (AAR) covered CARE’s responses to the Cholera Crisis in Zimbabwe from 2008 to 2009. The purpose of this AAR is to contribute to CARE’s understanding of...
CARE
2009
UNICEF/UN011690/NYAMANHINDI
Evidence Reviews

Research Update and Situation Analysis – Zimbabwe

The Dynamic Drivers of Disease in Africa Consortium is an ESPA1-funded research programme designed to deliver much-needed, cutting-edge science on the relationships between ecosystems, zoonoses, health and wellbeing with the...
ESPA
2013
UNICEF/UNI169671/Nesbitt
Evidence Reviews

Health, Shocks and Poverty Persistence

In this paper we review the evidence on the impact of large shocks, such as drought, on child and adult health, with particular emphasis on Zimbabwe and Ethiopia. Our focus...
2003
UNICEF/UNI166988/Jallanzo
Background Reports

Structural Drivers of Vulnerability to Zoonotic Disease in Africa

This paper argues that addressing the underlying structural drivers of disease vulnerability is essential for a ‘One Health’ approach to tackling zoonotic diseases in Africa. Through three case studies-trypanosomiasis in...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society
2017
UNICEF/UNI118546/Nooran
Background Reports

Zoonotic Diseases: Who Gets Sick, and Why? Explorations from Africa

Global risks of zoonotic disease are high on policy agendas. Increasingly, Africa is seen as a ‘hotspot’, with likely disease spillovers from animals to humans. This paper explores the social...
Critical Public Health
2016
blog

Learning from crises: state-citizen relations in the time of cholera

19th February 2019
The cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe in 2008 was the worst ever recorded in Africa. There were nearly 100,000 infections and…
Constance Mackworth-Young
blog

‘Here, we cannot practice what is preached’: Experiences of COVID-19 in Zimbabwe

22nd May 2020
“Since the lockdown in Zimbabwe was mandated beginning on March 30th, I take my daily walks to get out of…
KB Mpofu / ILO | CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
blog

COVID-19 lockdown in Zimbabwe: ‘We are good at surviving, but things are really tough’

17th June 2020
On the 13th June I had a follow up conversation on how people are coping with the COVID-19 lockdown in…
Ian Scoones/Zimbabweland
blog

Viral politics and economics in Zimbabwe

30th July 2020
This post was written by Ian Scoones and first appeared on Zimbabweland. COVID-19 has taken hold in Zimbabwe with a…
Trocaire/Ben Mahaka
blog

Can Zimbabwe survive a second wave of COVID-19?

7th January 2021
Photo credit: Trocaire/Ben Mahaka. Reproduced under CC BY 2.0. Available here. This post was written by Ian Scoones and first…
WFP/Claire Nevill
blog

The rich people’s virus? Latest reflections from Zimbabwe

10th February 2021
Photo credit: WFP/Claire Nevill. Reproduced under CC BY-NC 2.0. Available here. This post was written by Ian Scoones and first…
blog

Vaccine politics in Zimbabwe

16th March 2021
This post was written by Ian Scoones and first appeared on Zimbabweland. If you didn’t know already, vaccines are political.…
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