Aug. 16, 2022
Progress in health sector projects is as follows: Petronella Clinic in Mwenezi District, Masvingo Province, 85% ; Magadzire Clinic, in Mutasa District, Manicaland Province, 85% complete; Langton Clinic Block in Zibagwe District, Midlands Province, 75% complete; the Nswazi Clinic Mothers Home in Umzingwane District, Matabeleland South Province is 70% complete; and Chimanimani Rural Hospitalrehabilitation in Chimanimani District, Manicaland Province, 75%
July 26, 2022
Construction of Health Posts at Mushayamvura is 100% complete while Nakaluba and Mpambe in Binga District; Chikurunguru Hurungwe District; and Mashayamvura in Chivhu District has reached 25% of completion.
July 13, 2022
60-bed Cowdray Park health facility takes shape. Government in partnership with a United Kingdom Health Organisation is constructing a 60-bed state of the art Polyclinic
March 24, 2022
Villagers from Gokwe's Mapfungautsi area expressed joy and relief after the commissioning of a new clinic built with devolutions funds. The clinic which will cater to over 11000 households, immediately served over 50 patients on its 1st day of existence.
Jan. 18, 2022
Last year, the government allocated $47 million for the construction of Lupane Provincial Hospital, as the province relied on St Luke’s for health services, while critically-ill patients were referred to Bulawayo. Lupane hospital has a 250-bed capacity.
Aug. 25, 2021
The president of Zimbabwe promised to revamp our health sector and is living upto it. A 22 bed turnkey hospital is coming up in Harare south, the first four hospitals out of thirty two have been constructed and new equipment bought for the existing health care centres in Bulawayo.
Nov. 8, 2021
Bona Clinic has been constructed and officially opened using Devolution Funds. Speaking during the official opening ceremony, Bubi Rural District Council (BRDC) Chief Executive Officer, Dr Partson Mlilo thanked the Government for availing developmental funds through the devolution programme, and all the stakeholders who contributed towards the success of the project.
Sept. 14, 2019
President Mnangagwa witnessed the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministry of Health and Child Care and a United Kingdom-based company, NMS Infrastructure, with the aim of improving primary healthcare in Zimbabwe through a US$200 million deal. He said the investment by the UK-based firm was a manifestation of the re-engagement policy. Health and Child Care Minister Dr Obadiah Moyo said, “Inasfar as what is actually going to happen, this is very much in line with our primary healthcare approach because we are going to get at least 30 rural clinics, rural centres, rural hospitals. So there will be about four in each province,”