Jun 6, 2022 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

Mike Van Kamande Balaka District has registered its first death due to cholera this year. Speaking in an interview, Balaka district hospital health promotion and public relations officer Mercy Nyirenda said the deceased is...

Dec 10, 2021 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Sharon Mautsi Phakamani Moyo, a Peer Counselor working with Paediatric Adolescent Treatment Africa at United Bulawayo Hospital (OI) also the founder member and current programs Coordinator for Friendly Service Delivery for Adolescents and...

Nov 26, 2021 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Hazel Zimbabwe’s teenage pregnancy rate has risen by two percent to 24 percent, with the majority being schoolgirls that are forced to drop out of school. The worrying trend has also led to...

Nov 22, 2021 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Langelihle Gwebu A smelling environment is unbearable. Sewer bursts have become a health hazard to the community of Emganwini, in Bulawayo exposing residents to serious health risks. The road is closed in sewages....

Nov 9, 2021 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

By Zione James What seemed to be a solution and a welcomed development to Malawians, including people residing around Liwonde township turns out to have gradual detrimental impacts on the ecosystem. Baby diapers, is...

Nov 9, 2021 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Tadala Chiomba T/A Mposa is one of the areas in Machinga, Malawi doing well in rice farming of which the farming fields are usually waterlogged leading to water stagnation. The majority of the...

Mike Van Kamande Balaka District has registered its first death due to cholera this year. Speaking in an interview, Balaka district hospital health promotion and public relations officer Mercy Nyirenda said the deceased is 33-year-old woman from Chikuse Village in the area of traditional authority (T/A) Matola in the...

Teen pregnancies on the rise in Zimbabwe

  • By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za
  • Nov 26, 2021

by Hazel Zimbabwe’s teenage pregnancy rate has risen by two percent to 24 percent, with the majority being schoolgirls that are forced to drop out of school. The worrying trend has also led to debate over access to sexual and reproductive health rights (ASHRH) services, with some lobbying that...

by Langelihle Gwebu A smelling environment is unbearable. Sewer bursts have become a health hazard to the community of Emganwini, in Bulawayo exposing residents to serious health risks. The road is closed in sewages. On a very sad note the road covered in sewer is used by everyone including...

By Merrie Phiri Most of the girls in Nsanje District in Malawi are not accessing Family Planning Methods in the hospitals due to misconceptions over PFM. Speaking during District Youth Network Meeting, Family Planning Coordinator in Nsanje, Mr Chatambalala Chifundo, said that most of the young people believe that...

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