Monthly Archives: April 2020

MIHR Submission on the 2nd Term opening of Schools in Zimbabwe

Matabeleland Institute for Human Rights (MIHR) recognizes and appreciates the various efforts being made by the government of Zimbabwe in curbing the rampant spread of Corona virus outbreak in Zimbabwe. Measures that included the abrupt closure of schools before the … Continue reading

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Bulawayo Residents Suggest Water Crisis Solution Ideas to Council

On Tuesday 28 April 2020, social movement Better Bulawayo Initiative partnered with Matabeleland Institute for Human Rights to conduct an online citizens’ Ideas Café to gather residents’ views and ideas on alleviating the water crisis situation in Bulawayo. The Café … Continue reading

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COVID19: the anguish and agony of the urban elderly poor in Zimbabwe

Evidence from COVID19 ravaged countries and health experts have shown that elderly people are the worst affected and the most at high risk of contracting the virus and also to experience critical symptoms. As Corona virus pandemic percolates Africa, we … Continue reading

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Public Statement: INCENTIVIZE ESSENTIAL SERVICES WORKERS DURING COVID19 LOCKDOWN PERIOD

Noting that essential services workers are risking their right to life and the safety, security and life of their family members by continuously working during the risky COVID19 lockdown period, as Matabeleland Institute for Human Rights (MIHR) we wish to … Continue reading

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