Zimbabwe

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Jonna Karlsson - UNICEF23 Jun 2017

This UNICEF presentation describes the need for social service workforce strengthening in East and Southern Africa and presents recommendations based on a case example from Rwanda. 

N. Beth Bradford - Coordinating Comprehensive Care for Children (4Children), Catholic Relief Services1 Jun 2017

This case study describes the adaptation of a community-based case management model to a national case management framework for highly vulnerable children in Zimbabwe. 

Bridget Mananavire - DailyNews20 Mar 2017

Article from DailyNews reporting that there are 4,701 children living on the streets of Zimbabwe’s major cities.

Anastasia J. Gage, Mai Do, and Donald Grant - Measure Evaluation1 Mar 2017

This compendium contains the findings from a review of 13 projects providing HIV services to adolescents in PEPFAR-supported countries. 

Anastasia J. Gage, Mai Do, and Donald Grant - MEASURE Evaluation1 Mar 2017

This document examines 13 projects serving HIV services to adolescents in PEPFAR-supported countries and provides a set of guidelines on best practices for adolescent and youth-friendly HIV programs. 

ZIMSTAT, DHS1 Feb 2017

This HIV Fact Sheet provides short demographics on HIV prevalence and trends in Zimbabwe

PHIA Project1 Dec 2016

The attached Summary Sheet, provides a short summary of the preliminary findings of the 2015-2016 ZIMPHIA Report.  

Peter Edwards - The Star1 Oct 2016

Stephen Lewis says grandmother-to-grandmother network got rolling in August 2006 during the International AIDS conference in Toronto.

Edited by Benjamin Davis, Sudhanshu Handa, Nicola Hypher, Natalia Winder Rossi, Paul Winters, and Jennifer Yablonski – The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, The United Nations Children’s Fund, and Oxford University Press12 Jul 2016

This book published jointly by FAO, UNICEF, and Oxford University Press presents the findings from evaluations of the Transfer Project, a cash transfer project undertaken in the following sub-Saharan African countries: Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.  It concludes that cash transfers are becoming a key means for social protection in developing countries. 

Global Social Service Workforce Alliance2 Jun 2016

This report captures what has been accomplished in social service workforce strengthening in eight countries in Sub-Saharan Africa and highlights areas for future intervention. Progress made to strengthen the social service workforce within these countries is useful when reflecting on global trends and ways forward.

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