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EU Avails €47 Million For Zimbabwe's Health Sector, Elections

EU Avails €47 Million For Zimbabwe's Health Sector, Elections

The European Union (EU) and the Government of Zimbabwe have signed two financial agreements amounting to €47 million under the Zimbabwe-European Union Cooperation.

€41 million will go towards improving health outcomes for the population of Zimbabwe while €6 million will go towards support for the Zimbabwean electoral process.

This was said by Finance and Economic Development Minister Mthuli Ncube while addressing the media at the signing ceremony in Harare on Monday morning. He said:

Today marks another historic milestone in the relationship between the Government of Zimbabwe and the European Union, through the signature of two financing agreements on improving health outcomes for the population of Zimbabwe, and support to the Zimbabwean electoral process.

The two financial agreements constitute the 2022 Annual Action Plan for the support to Zimbabwe under the 2021- 2027 Multi-Annual Indicative Programme.

EU Ambassador Jobst von Kirchmann said peaceful elections will be key in creating an environment conducive to national development. He said:

Peaceful elections will be one of the key elements that will allow Zimbabwe to create a prosperous environment to make the national development strategy a reality.

Health is a fundamental human right in terms of the constitution of Zimbabwe, and the European Union is today proud to contribute to the realisation of that right.

| The Herald

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13 Comments

2 months ago

All those fan will be looted😭


2 months ago

Ko Russia yakaisawo marii kuHealth yeZimbabwe? Kunze kweChikopokopo chehukopokopo neAK-47 dzekuuraya nadzo vanhu veCCC. China yakavaka parliament kuMount Humping yapedza kutora maDiamonds ese neGold rese. Asi haisati yambovaka kana Blair Toilet muZimbabwe.

Engineer 2 months ago

Haina kwainosvika mari iyoyo nembavha idzo


2 months ago

Zanupf does not allow peaceful elections and as for the health funds it will be rerouted to fund zanupf elections campaign.


Vesto 2 months ago

The EU, UK and USA are very clever with their money. At no time will the cash be handled by Zimbabwean Government. They will use NGOs or pay the service providers directly after verifying that no padding of quotations or invoices has taken place.

In 2018 when the UNDP provided funding for ZEC servers UNDP purchased the server directly and handed it to ZEC. Unfortunately ZEC, which is technologically illiterate allowed AFRICOM, an IT company with links to the army and intelligence to hook up the server to AFRICOM's own servers. What happened we know. Then Team Pachedu blew the whistle and since then ZEC has been dancing on hot coals over the issue


2 months ago

Vana vedu nezvizukuru zvedu zvongotorerwa zvikwereti zvavachafa vachidzorera huge zviwirirano zvinoisa nyika into pazi pounhapwa munyays dzehupfumi zvinovadiya vari varombo nevazukuru vavowo. Ndachema hangu.


Da Truth 2 months ago

Ma sangishenii kkkkkkk


kwanai 2 months ago

Saka ko zvamunoti tiripanasanctions wani??


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CIO 2 months ago

I feel pity


Gurausiku 2 months ago

ccc echa mucha mama.


Nkust 2 months ago

Ava ve zanupf ndofunga madzibaba avo haana kuvavhura zheve, patiri kty free and fair elections hatisikuti ipai opposition chigaro but parikuhi that's the key to economic development, chero iyo zanupf ikahwinha bho tenge toziva kty ichaita ma fair deals paku runner nyika


zozo42 2 months ago

funds not fans


boss yah aka megadee 2 months ago

imbudzi vanhu ve zanu



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