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Welcome to Zimbabwe
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Country visibility

Ashoka Fellows
Alexander Chisango
Allan Savory
Betty Chishava
Betty Makoni
Dumisani Nyoni
Esinet Mapondera
Fatima Shoriwa
Godfrey Mureriwa
John Wilson
Lydia Chabata
Marianne Knuth
Osmond Mugweni
Verengai Mabika
Virginia Mupandunki
Zepheniah Maseko

 
UNDP
WHO
How to get country visibility
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Social issues
Agriculture
Art and craft
Cancer
Child Health
Children
Clean country
Clean river
Culture
Disability
Ecotourism
Education
Energy
Environment
Financial inclusion
GLBT
Health
Heritage
HIV / AIDS
Human rights
Hunger
Jobs for disabled
Livelihood
Medicinal garden
Microfinance
Nutrition
Poverty
Religions
Rural development
Sanitation
Seniorcitizens
Skill development
Traditional medicine
Trafficking
Tribals
Urban development
Village Adoption
Waste management
Water
Women
Youth

Blood Donation

Government
Government
Government schemes
Foreign embassies

Corporates
Corporates
Search corporates
Funding agencies
Search funding agencies
NGOs
Philanthropists
Media
Advertising agency
PR agencies
Political parties
Helplines
Ministry of justice or law
Scientists
Rivers

Ashoka

Funding proposals
Funding proposals

Location
Historical locations
Religious locations
Locations you must know

Tour, Enjoy & Help
Eco tourism
Experiential tourism

UN
United Nations
UNDP
WHO
World Bank

 

Zimbabwe Flag Description
Seven equal horizontal bands of green, yellow, red, black, red, yellow, and green with a white isosceles triangle edged in black with its base on the hoist side; a yellow Zimbabwe bird representing the long history of the country is superimposed on a red five-pointed star in the center of the triangle, which symbolizes peace; green represents agriculture, yellow mineral wealth, red the blood shed to achieve independence, and black stands for the native people.

Independence / Republic Days
Independence from the United Kingdom
- Proclaimed 11 November 1965
- Recognized 18 April 1980

Capital
Harare

Current Time in Harare (Zimbabwe)

Weather in Zimbabwe
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Calling code
+263

Currency
Various Currencies (South African Rand (R), Botswana Pula (P), British Pound (£), the United States Dollar ($) and Euro (€))

Geographic Coordinates
17°50'S 31°3'E

Official languages
English
Shona
Sindebele

 

Zimbabwe
The fresh water withdrawl is 14% for domestic, 7% for industrialand 79% for agriculural use. Life expectancy is only 49.64 years. The growth in country populations is 4.31% which is world rank number 1 in 2011. We share these and more statistics for 193 countries and are planning to cover it for non UN countries because people and communities there need support from experts and people working on the issue. We plan to reach out organisations in all these countries, taking their views on what they are doing in terms of present project and plan for 2020 and will share the same with you.

We are also writing to the government and others in all the countries to give you more statistics which helps you understand which country needs what support.

Victoria Falls
One of Africa's most impressive natural sights, a mile-wide curtain of falling water, it is not to be missed. There's lots to do besides admiring the waterfall in the Zambezi river area...

Great Zimbabwe
Great Zimbabwe is one of sub-Saharan Africa's most important and largest stone ruins. Designated a World Heritage Site in 1986, the large towers and structures were built out of millions of stones balanced perfectly on top of one another without the aid of mortar. Great Zimbabwe gave modern Zimbabwe its name as well as its national emblem

Hwange National Park
Hwange National Park is one of Africa's best wildlife parks, home to vast herds of elephant, buffalo, zebra and giraffe. Endangered species like the African wild dog, brown hyena and gemsbok are also plentiful

Harare
Zimbabwe's capital is great place to hear live music any night of the week, and don't miss the annual Harare International Festival of the Arts. The Shona sculpture is exquisite, as are many of the crafts for sale in markets dotted around the city

Matopos (Matobo) National Park
Matopos is a very spiritual place, with lots of ancient bushman rock paintings as well as wildlife to enjoy. Cecil Rhodes is buried here.

Celebrities
Celebrities
Famous People
Yet to be Famous

Human health
Doctors
Hospitals

2020, 2030, 2050
2020
2030
2050

Business associations
Business associations
Industry associations

Rotary, Lions clubs
Giants clubs
Lions clubs
Rotary clubs
Sports clubs

Colleges
Law colleges
MBA colleges
Medical colleges
Social work colleges

 

 

 

 

 
 
Great Zimbabwe National Monument (Zimbabwe)
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Each one of us is just one of the 7.4 billion plus citizens and all of us have only 1 life, please take care of at least one below the line citizen in your country or anywhere in the world. It gives great satisfaction. We are trying to see if we can help Kokanipada.
 
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CSRidentity.com exists in present form thanks to Bhau

 

We plan to share various pages of social issues and stakeholders like government, corporates, NGOs, funding agencies, media, consultants, researchers, ad agencies, PR agencies, foreign consulates, estimated scenario in 2020, 2030, 2050 and pages for all types of celebrities and UN, UNDP, WHO and World Bank ......

We invite you to share just the names of any stakeholder covered in the dropdown at the top plus information on social issues. Just mail it to Datcentre

 
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