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Mitigating the effects of climate change could prevent Gender Based Violence among young girls.

-The scarcity of water could be a potential risk that will expose girls and women to gender-based violence, the UNICEF Country Representative said. John Cassim UNAIDS senior advisor – Natalie Kruse-Levy, UNICEF Country Representative – Dr Tajudeen Oyewale hand over children material to Zimbabwe’s Deputy Health Minister Sleiman Timios Kwidini at UNICEF offices in Harare, […]

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Japanese company to help deal with GBV in rural Zimbabwe as effects of climate change bite.

– There was a heat-related increase in violence across all income groups, the largest increases were among lower-income and rural households – researchers.  John Cassim UNFPA Country Representative Miranda Tabifor, 2nd from left seated next to Monica Mutsvangwa Minister of Women Affairs, during the launch of the Women at the Centre in Harare. Harare, Zimbabwe

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Interest and commitment towards conservation grows among young Africans – AWF 

–The African Wildlife Foundation Celebrates the Graduation of 31 Fellows from the 2023 AWF Charles R. Wall Leadership Program John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – The African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) has announced that 31 fellows from the AWF Charles R. Wall Youth Leadership Program have graduated, amid growing interest towards conservation, among young Africans.  The program, comprising

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Nurturing Growth: The Vital Role of Organic Certification for Small-Scale Farmers in Zimbabwe

Sowing the Seeds of Sustainability in the Heart of Agriculture By: Zvikomborero Machinga In the verdant landscapes of Zimbabwe, small-scale farmers are cultivating more than just crops; they are sowing the seeds of a sustainable agricultural future. Embracing organic farming practices not only benefits the environment but also opens doors to global markets. However, for

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Demand for Vulture Parts by Traditional Healers, Threatens their Survival and Zimbabwe’s Ecosystem

-Alarmed by declining numbers, conservationists are raising awareness of the critical environmental role these efficient scavengers play. Linda Mujuru Harare, Zimbabwe – Early last year, Sekuru Shumba, a traditional healer, had an altercation with a client that led to a fistfight. Shumba, who has been practicing his trade for over five years, says the client

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Title Deeds are not a right to destroy the Wetlands: Zimbabwe Environment Minister Warns

Whatever can be done in a wetland should not materially alter or affect the wetlands, the environment minister said. John Cassim Mangaliso Ndlovu, Environment, Climate and Wildlife Minister, speaking during the pre-World Wetland Day press conference at Mukuvisi Woodlands, in Harare Harare, Zimbabwe – The Zimbabwean Minister of Environment, Climate, and Wildlife, Mangaliso Ndlovu, has

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The El Nino event reaches its peak as the dry spell persists in Zimbabwe.

“No two seasons are completely the same.” Source: Meteorological Services Department of Zimbabwe Harare, Zimbabwe – The latest El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) climate projections indicate that the current El Nino event has reached its peak and is currently declining as we approach June 2024. This projection, combined with the current rainfall patterns, which show that

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Zimbabwe says elephant trophy hunting is meant to reduce human-wildlife conflicts.

– The animals themselves will assist in the generation of funds to assist these communities, Zimbabwean minister said. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – The Zimbabwean government has announced plans to introduce a new hunting quota meant to contain the elephant population as the country battles with increased reports, of human-wildlife conflict. The state-run ZBC news

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Anti-poaching boost in Zimbabwe through AWF donation of field equipment

– Mbire has become a problem in terms of human-wildlife conflict, hence provision of more vehicles and radios will shorten reaction time, the ZimParks head said. John Cassim Dr Fulton Mangwanta – ZimParks Director General on the extreme left and the ZimParks Board Chairman, Dr Aggripa Sora on the extreme right examining the patrol boots

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