In Zimbabwe’s capital Harare, recurring outbreaks of cholera and typhoid fever are a pressing health concern. Using innovative borehole technology and empowering communities to manage their own water points, MSF developed a highly effective environmental health toolkit.
MSF Medical doctor Dr Brian Nyagadza shares his experience working with NCD patients in Mutare on the Manicaland non-communicable diseases project.
For the first time in a decade, international and domestic funds available to fight HIV and TB declined in 2018, putting further pressure on countries facing these epidemics.
Ten-year-old Moffat was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in January this year (2019). His mother, Mrs Sibanda shares his experience.
Viola Makore testifies from our Manicaland NCD project where MSF is providing treatment and care to patients with diabetes and hypertension.
A patient testimony from our Manicaland NCD project where MSF is providing treatment and care to patients with diabetes and hypertension.
In rural Zimbabwe, two women, village health workers show even more grit and commitment to serving people living with HIV in their community. Love for their neighbours drives them to cycle an astonishing 120km to the nearest clinic to collect and deliver life-saving HIV medicines for patients.
Communities living in Chimanimani district, in the mountainous province of Manicaland, Zimbabwe, are slowly coming to terms with the havoc wreaked by cyclone Idai.
More than 200 kilometres an hour swept down from the mountains on the night of 15 March, heralding after a long dry period the arrival of an immense cyclone, which dumped kilo-tonnes of water on Zimbabwe’s Manicaland province