Diarrhea, diarrhea, diarrhea. You are bad. We must wipe you out.
www.irinnews.org — The drying-up of credit lines to the Zimbabwe government, apparent donor fatigue and a determined stand against GM foods are pushing up the price of the staple grain, maize, by nearly a third in some drought-hit areas compared to a year ago, according to humanitarian organizations and economists.
Man Enough to Care: Involving Men in Home-Based Services for People Living With HIV/AIDS in Rural Zimbabwe
This study explores the challenges of involving men in HIV/AIDS-related home-based care and the impact of male involvement on the quality of home-based care services in a rural Zimbabwe.
Since 2002, Africare has been implementing its model care and support program for orphans and vulnerable children. This model, known under the acronym COPE (Community-based Orphan care, Protection and Empowerment), seeks to provide a comprehensive level of programming for orphans and vulnerable children affected by HIV/AIDS and their caregivers.