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IOM Supports Zimbabwe’s Anti-Human Trafficking Efforts

Zimbabwe - On 24 March, IOM handed over office equipment and furniture to the Trafficking in Persons (TiP) Secretariat of the Ministry of Home Affairs in Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe Launches National Diaspora Directorate

Zimbabwe - The Government of Zimbabwe in collaboration with IOM this week (12/09) launched the Zimbabwe National Diaspora Directorate to enhance the engagement and participation of the Zimbabwean diaspora in national development.

IOM Zimbabwe Hosts Migration Governance Workshop

Zimbabwe Launches Trafficking in Persons National Plan of Action

HARARE - The Government of Zimbabwe has launched a Trafficking in Persons (TiP) National Plan of Action (NAPLAC) to operationalize the Trafficking in Persons Act which was passed in 2014 to fight against human trafficking in the country.

IOM and the Government of Zimbabwe Convene a Workshop on the Adoption of the Trafficking in Persons National Plan of Action

Harare, 23 May 2016 - IOM Zimbabwe and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) supported the Government of Zimbabwe in convening a two- day Adoption Workshop

Government of Zimbabwe and IOM Lead the Development of First Ever Health Information Portal for the Southern Africa Development Community

“This portal is an innovative and collaborative first-of-its-kind health information sharing tool in the region. It is a paradigm shift in development of sustainable solutions in addressing Southern Africa’s long standing health challenges”. Said  Hon.

IOM hands-over TB control and early detection equipment to migration affected communities in Mat South Province

As part of TB REACH project closure, a handover of TB REACH assets took place of on 4 May 2016, at Plumtree Hospital in Matebeleland South province. The ceremony was graced by the presence of the District Administrator, Provincial Medical Director among the distinguished guests.

International Organization for Migration address TB among irregular migrants and their host communities

Tuberculosis (TB) is a major public health problem in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe is one of the 30 TB, TB/HIV and DR-TB high burden countries. In 2014, Zimbabwe reported 32 016 all TB cases, 9% less from the 35 278 cases reported in 2013.

New International Organization for Migration (IOM) Zimbabwe Chief of Mission Presents Credentials to the Minister of Foreign Affairs

Harare, 17 March 2016 – The newly appointed International Organization for Migration (IOM) Zimbabwe Chief of Mission Ms. Lily Sanya, met the Government of Zimbabwe’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, Hon. Simbarashe Mumbengegwi at his Munhumutapa offices today.

International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction (IDDR): 13 October 2015

On Tuesday 13 October 2015, Zimbabwe joined the rest of the World in commemorating the International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction (IDDR).

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