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Jeffrey Moyo

DIY tests for HIV beat stigma in Zimbabwe's fight against AIDS

06 Aug 2018

HARARE (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When she discovered she was HIV-positive early this year, sex worker Evelyn Msipa, 32, was alone in her rented apartment in Zimbabwe's capital Harare.

FEATURE-DIY tests for HIV beat stigma in Zimbabwe's fight against AIDS

06 Aug 2018

HARARE, Aug 6 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When she discovered she was HIV-positive early this year, sex worker Evelyn Msipa, 32, was alone in her rented apartment in Zimbabwe's capital Harare.

Too poor for periods, Zimbabwe's girls rely on rags, paper, leaves

23 Jul 2018

MAKONDE, Zimbabwe (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When her monthly period comes, 17-year-old Maria Chaodza dismantles a home-made pillowcase and picks out pieces of its worn stuffing - an old, cloth rug - which she uses in place of the sanitary pad she cannot afford.

FEATURE-Too poor for periods, Zimbabwe's girls rely on rags, paper, leaves

23 Jul 2018

MAKONDE, Zimbabwe, July 23 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - W hen her monthly period comes, 17-year-old Maria Chaodza dismantles a home-made pillowcase and picks out pieces of its worn stuffing - an old, cloth rug - which she uses in place of the sanitary pad she cannot afford.

As the dead are buried, trees rise in Zimbabwe's cemeteries

26 Apr 2018

HARARE (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - An avocado tree stands just outside the gate of Silibaziso Mangena’s home in Westlea, a suburb of Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital.

FEATURE-As the dead are buried, trees rise in Zimbabwe’s cemeteries

26 Apr 2018

HARARE, April 26 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - An avocado tree stands just outside the gate of Silibaziso Mangena’s home in Westlea, a suburb of Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital.

Lights, camera, action! Young Zimbabweans ditch drugs for performing arts

12 Mar 2018

HARARE (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Jimmy Gata, 19, recites an anti-drugs poem at "Theatre in the Park" in Zimbabwe's capital Harare, jumping and gesturing on the stage, as spectators clap and cheer on the former addict.

FEATURE-Lights, camera, action! Young Zimbabweans ditch drugs for performing arts

12 Mar 2018

HARARE, March 12 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Jimmy Gata, 19, recites an anti-drugs poem at "Theatre in the Park" in Zimbabwe's capital Harare, jumping and gesturing on the stage, as spectators clap and cheer on the former addict.

Backyard savings clubs on the money amid Zimbabwe cash crisis

14 Dec 2017

HARARE (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Bank clients wait in a meandering queue at Barclays along First Street in Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital - but those wanting to withdraw cash may be on a hopeless mission as often there is no money available.

FEATURE-Backyard savings clubs on the money amid Zimbabwe cash crisis

14 Dec 2017

HARARE, Dec 14 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Bank clients wait in a meandering queue at Barclays along First Street in Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital - but those wanting to withdraw cash may be on a hopeless mission as often there is no money available.

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