USAID Commits $15M Toward Maternal Health In Zimbabwe

Bernama: Zimbabwe Receives US$15 Million For Maternal Health
“The U.S. government will provide US$15 million as support towards the reduction of maternal and child deaths in Zimbabwe, Zimbabwean news agency New Ziana reported. U.S. Ambassador to Zimbabwe Bruce Wharton said at a closing ceremony of the USAID’s Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP) here Thursday that the U.S. government was committed to saving the lives of Zimbabwean mothers, newborns and children through the provision of financial and technical support…” (2/21).

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