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Zimbabwe Reconstruction Fund (ZIMREF) Annual Report 2021 (Inglés)

This report provides a detailed narration of the Zimbabwe Reconstruction Fund’s (ZIMREF) operations in 2021. ZIMREF is a country specific multi-donor trust fund supported by seven development partners: the European Union, the UK’s Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, the Norwegian Aid Agency, the State and Peacebuilding Fund (SPF), and the Canadian Government. Since its inception, ZIMREF has received over US$52 million from its development partners. Since 2014, ZIMREF has worked on strengthening Zimbabwe’s systems for reconstruction and development through an initial eight main activities under four windows. With an evolving context, sub activities have been added over the years. For instance, with additional funding in 2021, ZIMREF began implementing a Social Protection (SP) and Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) pilot to support adolescent girls in Zimbabwe to help keep them in school after COVID-19 related school closures (under the Resilience window). The pilot will complement the Government’s Basic Education Assistance Module programme and test the results achieved by providing a comprehensive package of cash transfers, livelihoods support, menstrual hygiene management, WASH and hygiene support and school level sensitization.




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