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With 189 member countries, staff from more than 170 countries, and offices in over 130 locations, the World Bank Group is a unique global partnership: five institutions working for sustainable solutions that reduce poverty and build shared prosperity in developing countries.


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Child feeding practices in a rural area of Zimbabwe.

1. Soc Sci Med. 1993 Apr;36(7):937-47. Child feeding practices in a rural area of Zimbabwe. Cosminsky S(1), Mhloyi M, Ewbank D. Author information: (1)Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Rutgers University, Camden, NJ 08102. This paper reports preliminary results from a study of child feeding practices in a rural area of Zimbabwe.


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Connecting the Rural Population

Sep 03, 2019· At least 1 000 sites will be installed across rural areas, beginning with Oyo state, over a period of 12 months. Alphabet subsidiary Loon, which is working on high altitude balloons to create wireless coverage, partnered with Telkom-Kenya to provide internet in rural areas, and announced a new ground station in Nyeri.


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Zimbabwe: Food Insecurity Information bulletin

Sep 09, 2019· Zimbabwe Vulnerability Assessment Committee (ZimVAC) 2019 Rural Livelihoods Assessment Report estimates that 5.5 million people in the rural areas are vulnerable and are at .


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Zimbabwe WHO Special Initiative for Mental Health

health services particularly in rural areas. The National Mental Health Strategy describes plans to establish mental health units within provincial hospitals. Legislation The government of Zimbabwe established the Mental Health Act of 1996 and Regulations of 1999. These laws have not been revised since 1996 and 1999, respectively.


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Rural-Urban Disparities in Health Care in Medicare

May 29, 2019· In rural areas, Hispanic beneficiaries received worse care than White beneficiaries on 57 percent of the clinical care measures and better care on 18 percent of the clinical care measures. viii . Conclusion . In evaluating rural-urban differences in the quality of health care received in 2018 by Medicare


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Setting up and running a small-scale cooking oil business

Setting up and running a small-scale cooking oil business - 6 - About the authors Barrie Axtell is a British food technologist with over 30 years' experience working in Africa, Caribbean, Asia and Latin America.


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Rural District Planning in Zimbabwe: A Case Study

Chapter 2 Evolution of rural planning in Zimbabwe 2.1 Introduction 2.2 The 1960s 2.3 The 1970s 2.4 The 1980s 2.5 The 1990s PART 2 RURAL PLANNING IN ZIMBABWE: THE CURRENT PICTURE DESCRIBED Chapter 3: The context 3.1 The rural economy 3.1.1 Natural regions 3.1.2 Land classification/land use


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Savills

Apart from its rich agricultural heritage, the area is steeped in historical interest, being in the heart of Castle Country'. Leith Hall, which is directly opposite to Mill of Syde, is a country house in Kennethmont built in 1650, on the site of the medieval Peill Castle, and was the home of the Leith-Hay family for nearly three centuries.


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Culture of Zimbabwe

Idioms of Accumulation: Rural Development and Class Formation among Freeholders in Zimbabwe, 1984. ——. "Formal and Informal Rights to Land in Zimbabwe's Black Freehold Areas: A Case Study from Msengezi." Africa 52 (3): 77–91, 1982. Chinodya, Shimmer. Can We Talk and Other Stories, 1998. ——.


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The Mill / Rural Design

May 10, 2012· Architects: Rural Design. Area. Area of this architecture project. Area: 375 m². Text description provided by the architects. Incorporating the few remaining freestanding walls of a former mill


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Small mills in Africa

a hammer mill, producing maize flour of acceptable quality. These mills are in widespread use in rural parts of the world in areas where no electricity grid is available. Diesel-powered grain mills are limited to areas with access to fuel and spare parts. Plate 1 Traditional rubbing and .


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Behavioral Health in Rural America: Challenges and

rural-urban geography, high-risk populations, socioeconomic conditions in rural areas, and rural culture(s). Access to BH services in rural areas are a function of what has been termed, the "4As and an S": accessibility, availability, acceptability, affordability, and stigma. 3 As a matter of


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Rural Poverty

1 Introduction. In the context of food insecurity, rural poverty, and climate change in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), the protection and sustainable management of soil and land resources are of paramount importance (Dewitte et al., 2013; Gisladottir and Stocking, 2005; Palm et al., 2007, 2010; Vlek et al., 2008 ). The African heads of state in 2001


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EDITORIAL COMMENT : Manhize steel works a giant leap for

Aug 04, 2021· The massive US$1 billion investment into Zimbabwe's new steel industry and all its associated mines, smelters, coking plants and the like seems to .


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Local-level climate change adaptation decision-making and

Sep 27, 2016· Study areas. This study was conducted in north-western Zimbabwe in the Nyaminyami area, which is made up of three communal lands (Omay, Kanyati and Gatshe gatshe) and is located in Kariba Rural District (see Fig. 1).This area is located in the north-eastern part of the Zambezi Valley.


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Communal Areas Management Programme for Indigenous

The Communal Areas Management Programme for Indigenous Resources (CAMPFIRE) is a Zimbabwean community-based natural resource management program. It is one of the first programs to consider wildlife as renewable natural resources, while addressing the allocation of its ownership to indigenous peoples in and around conservation protected areas.


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List of Rural Counties And Designated Eligible Census

The Office of Rural Health Policy uses two methods to determine geographic eligibility for its grant programs. As in prior years, all counties that are not designated as parts of Metropolitan Areas (MAs) by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) are considered rural. Any county that is not a part of a Metropolitan Area is considered rural.


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OVERVIEW: RURAL POVERTY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: .

experiencing poverty live in rural areas.1 With latest figures indicating that in 2015 there were around 736 million people living in extreme poverty globally – down from nearly 2 billion in


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Income Diversification in Zimbabwe : Welfare Implications

Abstract. The author examines, taking into account the urban-rural divides, the changes and welfare implications of income diversification in Zimbabwe following macroeconomic policy changes and droughts of the early 1990s. Data from two comparable national income, consumption and expenditure surveys in 1990-91 and 1995-96, which straddled a


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The Environmental Challenges In Sub Saharan Africa

The rich biological resources of these areas—and the ways in which humans relate to them—have yet to receive as much study as they deserve. Given the shortage of funds and trained personnel in most sub-Saharan African countries, this is an area where bilateral and multilateral assistance could make a .


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Zimbabwe's Medical Brain Drain: Impact Assessment on

the medical brain drain. Zimbabwe has not been spared of this phenomenon. In the process, the poor, and especially in rural areas, have been the worst victims. Zimbabwean Government policies, though well-intended, have not been adequate enough to arrest the situation. This paper argues that an integrated policy approach is best positioned to


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6 charts that illustrate the divide between rural and

Mar 17, 2017· In 2015, 16.7 percent of the rural population was poor, compared with 13.0 percent of the urban population overall – and 10.8 percent among those living in suburban areas outside of principal


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Zimbabwe: Administrative Division (Provinces and Districts

Aug 18, 2002· Zimbabwe: Administrative Division Contents: Provinces and Districts The population of the provinces and districts of Zimbabwe by census years. The icon links to further information about a selected division including its population structure (gender, age groups, age distribution, urbanization).


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Working on sustainable water and sanitation initiatives in

Currently in Zimbabwe, only 48 per cent of the population living in rural areas, uses improved and shared sanitation facilities. Access to safe water is presently at 69 per cent (JMP Report 2012). Despite improvements, progress towards the water and sanitation Millennium Development Goal of halving the number of people without basic sanitation


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Prevalence and intensity of schistosomiasis in two rural

Prevalence and intensity of schistosomiasis in two rural areas in Zimbabwe and their relationship to village location and snail infection rates. Chandiwana SK(1), Taylor P, Clarke VD. Author information: (1)Blair Research Laboratory, Causeway, Harare, Zimbabwe.


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Implementing Welfare Reform in Rural Communities

Jul 01, 1997· rural areas are faring worse than urban or suburban areas (Bosley and Mills 1999, Rural Policy Research Institute 1999). In fact, although both rural and urban unemployment rates declined each year since 1992, the rural-urban gap increased, with unemployment falling more slowly in rural than in urban areas (Economic Research Service 2000).


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Understanding the Health Challenges Facing Rural Communities

Feb 06, 2019· In 1999, there was a 6% gap in mortality rates between rural and metropolitan areas, but by 2016, that rate tripled to 18%, explained Mark Holmes, PhD, professor of health policy and management at


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A Critical Analysis of the Land Reform Programme in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe at that time. In the ensuing years various pieces of legislation were passed which sought to protect and strengthen the huge privately owned settler farms that were largely situated in high rainfall areas. The growing black population could hardly eke out a living on the generally poor soils in the communal areas.


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Agriculture's Contribution to Rural Development

26. In other rural areas, where farm employment accounts for a small portion of the workforce, a broader approach to rural development and the role of farming in the process, including policies to diversify income sources, may be needed. 27. In peripheral regions, the continued viability of rural areas depends to a large extent on


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