Rebuilding the lives of communities affected by Cyclone Idai. Funding: @WorldBank Manager: @UNOPS_Zimbabwe Partners: FAO,IOM,UNESCO,UNFPA,UNICEF,UNOPS,WFP,WHO

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#BuildingBackBetter Under @ZIRP_Zimbabwe , Mutambara Mission Hospital incinerator is being rehabilitated and nearing completion. This project addresses #wastemanagement issues and ensures a safe environment for staff and patients who are served at this institution.
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The Zimbabwe Idai Recovery Project (ZIRP) retweeted
Happy #LiteracyDay! To ensure no one鈥檚 left behind, we need to work together to strengthen & enrich learning spaces around the 馃審 #CommonAgenda #BuildTheFuture
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Black Soldier Fly (BSF) Production @faosfsafrica in partnership with Chinhoyi University of Technology trained 22 lead farmers on setting up colonies, larva management, feed formulation and BSF feeding including infrastructure development. #ZIRP
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The Lead farmers are responsible for cascading trainings to other communal cluster farmers on how to produce feed for their livestock using BSF.
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The Zimbabwe Idai Recovery Project (ZIRP) retweeted
Happy #WorldCleanAirDay! Around the world, we鈥檙e committed to building a more #sustainable future 鈥 one that supports cleaner air & a #healthy planet 馃崈 #BuildTheFuture
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The Zimbabwe Idai Recovery Project (ZIRP) retweeted
As @UNOPS馃嚳馃嚰, we support countries in developing their capacity and resource base for the achievement of sustainable development goals, combating of #ClimateChange and recovering from #COVID19. #BuildTheFuture | #SDGs
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The Zimbabwe Idai Recovery Project (ZIRP) retweeted
Investment in resilient #infrastructure is a long term requirement for growth and a long term factor that will make growth sustainable!
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The Zimbabwe Idai Recovery Project (ZIRP) retweeted
Gender-blind #infrastructure, built without considering the needs of #women and #girls, limits their full and effective participation and equal opportunities #BuildTheFuture
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Investment in resilient #infrastructure is a long term requirement for growth and a long term factor that will make growth sustainable!
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The Zimbabwe Idai Recovery Project (ZIRP) retweeted
#Cyclone Idai destroyed most watershed areas in Nyahode Valley in Chimanimani. To help rehabilitate these areas, the @ZIRP_Zimbabwe watershed planning & training services project was launched in 2022. @WHHZimbabwe is implementing the project in partnership with Tsuro Trust.
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#WorldWaterWeek2022 To date, the Zimbabwe Idai Recovery Project has restored access to #water and #sanitation services in 35,408 households. This has ensured safe drinking water to people in the cyclone-affected areas
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The Zimbabwe Idai Recovery Project (ZIRP) retweeted
.#Infrastructure is key to #Climate mitigation and adaptation efforts. If we make infrastructure resilient, we prevent disasters like the Cyclone Idai, not only for ourselves but for many future generations. #BuildTheFuture | #AfricaClimateWeek
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The Zimbabwe Idai Recovery Project (ZIRP) retweeted
.#Infrastructure development lies at the nexus of economic growth, productive investment and poverty reduction; supporting families to ensure sustainable livelihoods #BuildTheFuture | #AfricaClimateWeek
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The Zimbabwe Idai Recovery Project (ZIRP) retweeted
#ICYMI The @ZIRP_Zimbabwe latest Monthly Overview is now ready for download. #BuildTheFuture | #ZIRP Download 馃敆 bit.ly/3ALfctm
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Our Interventions are #inclusive, every human being should have access to safe and clean #water for them, their crops and livestock. #WorldWaterWeek2022
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The Zimbabwe Idai Recovery Project (ZIRP) retweeted
Under the @UNOPS_Zimbabwe managed @ZIRP_Zimbabwe, water has been made available both for human consumption and livestock. Households, schools and health centers now have access to safe and clean water. Thanks to the funding from @WorldBank #WorldWaterWeek2022
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Our latest Zimbabwe Idai Recovery Project Monthly Overview is now out and ready for download #ZIRP Download 馃敆 bit.ly/3ALfctm
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鈥淚'm now living in peace & my neighbor is not proceeding with his violent behaviour towards me since the mobile OSC team intervened in my situation. I'm so grateful because they covered all the costs of my legal actions and travel costs related to the case,鈥 says Esnath.
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Since #ZIRP started, @faosfsafrica has built capacity for 9200 Community Based Vaccinators (CBVs) across 8 districts to support #livestock vaccinations in the cyclone affected districts @UNOPS_Zimbabwe
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