Overview of health
challenges

As per a recent USAID report, the top three health threats facing the people of Zimbabwe are HIV, tuberculosis (TB), and malaria.  These diseases contribute significantly to maternal and childhood illness and deaths.  While a rise in costs of living have affected the health system, the COVID-19 pandemic has piled more pressure on the country’s healthcare system.


The Ministry of Health has developed a National Strategic Plan to address the issues, the objectives of which Rotary Family Health Days supports as the needs continue to grow.

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History

Rotary family Health Days launched in Zimbabwe in 2023 wiith a new partnership opportunity with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The health days took place acroos 4 sites and 2,922 people were served with 4,085 health services were offered. 

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Rotary Family
Health Days Sites

Rotary Family Health Days sites are hosted by Rotary clubs in communities across the country. The sites are chosen in consultation with locally-based officials from the Ministry of Health, community-based project partners and Rotary club members.

Notification of the site selection of Health Days in Zimbabwe will be updated soon.

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Impact

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RFHD beneficiaries

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RFHD 2023

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Country Report

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