About the Zimbabwe COVID-19 Support Hub
We are a group of Zimbabwean professionals and researchers in the diaspora and in Zimbabwe. We are deeply concerned about the threat of the virus to Zimbabweans. Zimbabwe faces challenges of poverty, a weakened public health system, high rates of HIV-AIDS and other underlying medical conditions, food insecurity, unemployment and fiscal instability that make the COVID-19 threat to Zimbabwe particularly severe.
The Hub is a virtual initiative. It is housed online and on various social media platforms. All its members are under lockdown in countries across the world.
We created this project as a way to support all the efforts of Government, civil society and communities in Zimbabwe to respond to the virus.
We do this by using our expertise in programming, communication, economics, law and other fields. We are not funded at present, but are using our own time and resources to help in any way that we can.
We are a support resource, so our aim is to amplify the efforts of others in Government and civil society in Zimbabwe, including by encouraging Zimbabweans in the diaspora to help where they can.
We aim to support the Zimbabwe COVID-19 response by:
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