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To support a resilient health system in Zimbabwe that is equipped to deliver quality sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health and nutrition services. In total the programme will benefit 5.4 million women and children in Zimbabwe and help save over 13,000 lives.
To improve equitable access to good quality primary and secondary education for all children in Zimbabwe, by providing the education sector as a whole with technical and financial support. This will benefit over 3 million primary school pupils and over nine hundred thousand secondary schools pupils and will support the recovery of education sector from the near collapse in service delivery experienced during the economic crisis period of 2008-9. This contributes to the realisation of Global Goal 4 (all girls and boys complete free, equitable and quality primary and secondary education).
To improve the food and nutrition security of 350,000 small holder farmers in 8 rural districts of Zimbabwe by raising farm productivity through training of farmers and introducing improved agricultural practices, linking the farmer groups to input and output markets, facilitating access to rural finance and promoting production and consumption of nutritious foods including bio-fortified and fortification of maize.
Contribute to the reduction of morbidity and mortality due to water, sanitation and hygiene related diseases. To reduce burden of water collection on women and girls; to improve basic education and gender equality.
To honour the UK share of EIB guarantee contract on loans defaulted by ACP countries, this is to pay for EIB loans defaulted by ACP countries.
To strengthen scope and quality of educational service by issuing bursaries, enhance student access, retention and achievement in the secondary cycle with special attention to disadvantaged girls and boys in 923 schools across 28 districts to complete 4 years secondary education by 2020. This contributes to the realisation of Global Goal 4.
To improve the resilience capacity of households affected by climatic shocks and trends through inclusive economic development. The programme will have a risk financing mechanism to make timely, appropriate and predictable funding available for communities that experience large scale humanitarian shocks. The program will also build evidence to improve the policy environment and stimulate service provision to enhance household and community resilience.
To ensure that children, families and communities are receiving improved child protection services reinforced by household and community economic resilience.
To make DFIDs Research agenda more responsive through the production of short term policy research that will address the needs of policy makers by providing them with primary evidence that can subsequently be used for policy analysis in such areas as Health, Education, Conflict, Cash Transfers, Aid Transparency, Tax Policy, Social Protection, Energy, Payment by Results, Economics and Innovation. Short term policy driver research studies will be commissioned in the following sectors and regions. A series of case studies will be developed for Higher Education covering Burma, Ghana, Pakistan and Sierra Leone. The information available on Electricity Access and Electricity Insecurity will be reviewed for India. A study will be undertaken on assessing the Cuban Model of Medical Education in sub-Saharan Africa. A review will be undertaken looking at Social Protection and Tax in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa and Activity based Learning will be reviewed in Tamil Nadu, India.
New knowledge in Water/Sanitation/Hygiene, Infant Nutrition, and health sytems management is generated and disseminated and informs child health programmes in Zimbabwe and globally