Safeguard Young People Programme in Zimbabwe, supported by the Swiss Government, in partnership with UNFPA, Ministry of Health & Child Care and the National AIDS Council, implements an exciting innovation which targets Young People in hard to reach areas with positive messages on their sexual and reproductive health through Peer Education Facebook Clubs.


This video focuses on the community mobilisation element of the H4+ programme in Zimbabwe


This is a film commissioned by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) to detail the progress and achievements of a UNFPA programme Safeguard Young People designed to upscale and harmonize existing adolescent sexual and reproductive health initiatives across Southern Africa.


H4+ is a joint effort by the United Nations agencies UNFPA, UNAIDS, UNICEF, UN Women, WHO and the World Bank to improve the health of women and children. In Zimbabwe H4+ has been operating since 2011 with support from the governments of Sweden and Canada. It is playing a catalytic role in supporting the government to improve women and children's health in six of the hardest-to-reach districts in the country


Fifteen-year-old Shamiso Nyamutamba has endured more than her share of tragedy. When she was three, her mother died. Two years later, her father also passed away. She went to live with an abusive uncle, and was nearly forced to marry an older man. She has only recently found peace – and the promise of a better future – with the help of a unique UNFPA programme the Sista2Sista Club designed to empower adolescent girls.


As we commemorate International Women's Day 2016, UNFPA takes a look at some of the work we are doing across ‎Zimbabwe to advance the rights of ‎women and ‎girls in the areas of ‎Gender Equality and Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights.


UNFPA Executive Director Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin statement on the occasion of International Women's Day read by UNFPA Zimbabwe Country Representative Cheikh Tidiane Cisse urging us all to #‎Step It Up For Gender Equality on International Women's Day 2016.


In an effort to combat HIV and AIDS in Zimbabwe UNFPA & The Condomize Campaign visited 5 under-served communities in high-density areas of Harare, a city with a HIV prevalence of 13%. 


Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, Executive Director of the United Nations Population Fund, talks about what role governments and civil society can play to help the world achieve Sustainable Development Goal 3, which calls for good health and well-being.