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Melanie Robinson
UK Ambassador to Zimbabwe
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Melanie Robinson Dec 11
Delighted to watch Dorcas’ growth - a and strong voice from Zimbabwe on mental and public health. What a journey!
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Melanie Robinson Dec 10
: Thank you for everything you’ve done in your time at . Your commitment to human rights and to seeing a better future for the people of has shone through every day. We’ll miss you hugely.
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Melanie Robinson Dec 10
Great to see so many speaking out on against and for . Especially young people who stand up for greater freedom & justice. I raised concerns about violations with VP Chiwenga yesterday
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UKinZimbabwe Dec 6
"In my work I seek to make my audience understand the world from the perspective of children” – artist Calvin’s “Heart to Heart” talks about and will be on auction in 2020 Fighting GBV: in working with
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BBC News Africa Dec 9
On , we hear from Liberian author who tells why it's important to teach children about it..
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Melanie Robinson Dec 9
Happy . Corruption: robs the poor to pay the rich and corrodes our societies.
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Melanie Robinson Dec 9
Which is your favourite? Which piece connects with how you feel about the fight against ? Maybe it can be yours...
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Melanie Robinson Dec 9
Al, these are stunning photos. We’ll miss you at and your passion for Zimbabwe and life. Luckily we know you won’t be able to stay away long. Travel well Mr and Mrs Hood!
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Perez Nov 14
Come help plant a tree everyone......PLEASE
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The Indigenous Trees Initiative Dec 7
thank you for a good day at MitiMasango we left our contribution there. We will visit time to time checking on our part of the masango
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ZimTree Dec 7
Next project! An order of magnitude larger than Ballantyne park with 400 avenue trees and the same number of woodland trees.
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ZimTree Dec 7
Replying to @ZimTreeTrust
Thanks to everyone involved in today's event. We have successfully planted 250 trees today and hope to get another 500 in next weekend!
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Melanie Robinson Dec 7
Wonderful morning planting indigenous trees in Ballantyne park. The kids’ wishes said it all. Amazing job 🌿🌳 I’m inspired to think more about nurturing natural resources for future generations as we run up to 🇬🇧 🇮🇹 held climate talks
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UKinZimbabwe Dec 3
Mutambi webhora Sharon Bwanali anotipa mashoko aya munguva ye : “Kana tichitamba bhora hatikurudzire mhirizhonga. Tinoda runyararo mumhuri yeZimbabwe”
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British Council Dec 3
With support from the Primary and Secondary Education ministry and Book Aid International, we made a donation to schools that were affected by Cyclone Idai. "We appreciate our partners for helping to improve the quality of in Chimanimani" - Permanent Secretary Thabela
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Melanie Robinson Dec 4
I think this might be one of my favorite pieces inspired by our ‘letter to my son for his daughter’. So bold, yet the facial expressions say so much.
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Tamba Africa Circus Dec 2
It all begins with joining the conversation. Throughout the day we will be sharing some of the words of wisdom which came from herHour Podcast Ep2: Mansplaining GBV with guests British Ambassador to Zimbabwe and Clinical Psychiatrist Dr Leona
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Melanie Robinson Dec 3
On watch this video of Sinikiwe from Zimbabwe inspiring a group of schoolchildren with her words and her powerful example. What an amazing ! Thank you Sinikiwe for sharing your story with such conviction and thanks for helping show it to the world!
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UKinZimbabwe Dec 2
“Udlame alufunakali nxa sidlala ibhola, njalo alufunakali ndawozonke” – Felistus Kwangwa, Saxoxa lomkhokheli wabadlali bebhola lokuqaga amaZimbabwe Gems. Lalelisa, nanku umlayezo oqakathekileyo ngalesi sikhathi se
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Melanie Robinson Dec 2
Incredibly moving listening to the stories of female professionals at today’s podcast recording on at . We talked , teaching children about consent & why we must support each other. Thanks for having me on the show
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