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A4 road (Zimbabwe) - Wikipedia

The A4 is a highway, also known as the R1 Highway runs between Beitbridge and Harare. ... Nyika, Masvingo, Mashava, Zvishavane, Filabusi then Mbalabala where it joins the (A6) Bulawayo-Beit Bridge Highway near the 61.5 km peg.

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Zimbabwe Home - World Bank Group

Latest news and information from the World Bank and its development work in Zimbabwe. Access Zimbabwe's economy facts, statistics, project information,...

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A4 road (Zimbabwe) - Wikipedia

The A4 is a highway, also known as the R1 Highway runs between Beitbridge and Harare. ... Nyika, Masvingo, Mashava, Zvishavane, Filabusi then Mbalabala where it joins the (A6) Bulawayo-Beit Bridge Highway near the 61.5 km peg.

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Zimbabwe | Where We Work | ICAP at Columbia University

ICAP began working in Zimbabwe in 2015, partnering with the Ministry of Health ... and facilitators of men's engagement in HIV treatment and di erentiated care;...

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Zimbabwe | Where We Work | ICAP at Columbia University

ICAP began working in Zimbabwe in 2015, partnering with the Ministry of Health ... and facilitators of men's engagement in HIV treatment and di erentiated care;...

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Zimbabwe Home - World Bank Group

Latest news and information from the World Bank and its development work in Zimbabwe. Access Zimbabwe's economy facts, statistics, project information,...

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HIV and AIDS in Zimbabwe | AVERT

Zimbabwe has the fifth highest HIV prevalence in sub-Saharan Africa, at 14.7%. 1.4 million people are living with HIV, including 77,000 children.1.

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Zimbabwe | Plan International

Helping children access their rights to quality education, food, health services and safe water.

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HIV and AIDS in Zimbabwe | AVERT

Zimbabwe has the fifth highest HIV prevalence in sub-Saharan Africa, at 14.7%. 1.4 million people are living with HIV, including 77,000 children.1.

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Zimbabwe | Plan International

Helping children access their rights to quality education, food, health services and safe water.

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