In regions Africa and Zimbabwe and in group Africa

Zimbabwe - Factsheets

March 2022

After two years of Cyclone Idai strike in Zimbabwe in 2019, there is approximately 41,000 IDPs still in need of shelter support.  Due to climatic shocks, people remain internally displaced in camps and host communities under severe health and protection risks – including mistreatment, gender-based violence, early/child marriage, exploitation, and social exclusion. The Shelter cluster is continuously advocating for durable solutions for the affected population.

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December 2021

· 400 transitional shelters constructeds in Chimanimani wards 13, 16, 21, 22, 23 and Chipinge wards 2,6,9 and 10.· 204 transitional shelters constructed at West End relocation site in Chimanimani ward 7.· Provison of support to the Government on relocation  of 112 IDPs households from 4 camps and host communities to new  relocation site West End / CHimanimani, ward 7·Decommission of 4 camps Arboretum, Nyamapanda, Garikai adn Kopa following the ongoing relocation of IDPs to West End relocation site.

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