News and Stories: Zimbabwe
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CRS Capacity Overview Disability Inclusion
People with disabilities account for 15 percent of the world’s population — over a billion people. Many face social, economic and cultural barriers that limit their access to full and effective participation in society.
Helping Zimababwe’s Abused Women Heal
CRS offers programs that help victims of sexual violence find safety with time and support to restart disrupted lives.
Saving Lives, Changing Lives in Zimbabwe
A CRS partnership with USAID offers vulnerable young girls guidance and educational support to make safer, healthier choices.
Increasing Farm Productivity in Zimbabwe
Demonstration sites show farmers how to adapt to climate change, with proof that the new methods will work for them.
Zimbabwe Farmers Adapt to Climate Change
New farming skills go beyond survival to increased production and new markets.
CRS Warns of Worsening Hunger Crisis in Zimbabwe
Cyclone Idai Survivors Face Desperate Need
Death toll fears increase as Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe assess damage from flooding and mudslides.
Behind-the-Scenes: The Challenges of Climate Change in Zimbabwe
This map tour recounts a 10-day journey across three-quarters of Zimbabwe to document the wide-reaching effects of climate change.
The Effects of Climate Change in Zimbabwe
Climate change is affecting the most vulnerable in Zimbabwe. But while it’s strong, there’s something more powerful: the voices and the will of the people of Zimbabwe who want change and are working hard to make it, despite obstacles. This is their story.
The Impact of Climate Change on Education: Pamhy's Story
Over the last decade, Zimbabwe has experienced a number of economic, environmental and political stresses. Poverty, food insecurity, malnutrition and environmental degradation are serious concerns in Zimbabwe, and will continue to be challenges because of the effects of climate change.