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The U.S. Embassy in Zimbabwe promotes active engagement and partnership with Zimbabweans to build a better future.
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U.S. Embassy Harare 21m
We remain concerned about more abductions, violence & intimidation in Zimbabwe....doesn't reflect the government’s commitment to reforms. Freedom of speech and peaceful assembly are protected by Zimbabwe's constitution.
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U.S. Embassy Harare 20h
“When religious liberty is denied or destroyed, we know that other freedoms — freedom of speech, press, assembly and even democratic institutions themselves — are imperiled. That’s why the United States stands for religious freedom yesterday, today and always.”
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US Africa Media Hub Aug 20
When top U.S. policymakers are on the continent, the Regional Media Hub helps stay informed about their activities. Join our mailing list to receive updates, statements and valuable trip information: afmediahub@state.gov
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U.S. Embassy Harare Aug 20
Joint Local Statement by Diplomatic Missions in . The United States supports freedom of speech, freedom of assembly and calls on the Government of Zimbabwe to respect human rights.
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U.S. Embassy Harare Aug 20
On we reaffirm our commitment to decreasing malaria cases & deaths & moving Zimbabwe toward malaria elimination. support has contributed to a substantial drop in malaria cases from 1.2 million in 2008 to 264,278 in 2018 – a 78 percent reduction.
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U.S. Embassy Harare Aug 19
We're proud to be committed partners to workers in Zimbabwe and around the world. Our recent US$45 million contribution will help address critical food shortages and save lives in Zimbabwe. Thank you and workers for all you do.
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US Africa Media Hub Aug 19
On Aug 15, the Department of State released the 2019 Fiscal Transparency Report. Fiscal transparency is a critical element of effective public financial management, helps build private market confidence, and underpins economic sustainability. Release:
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Tibor Nagy Aug 16
We condemn the excessive force the police used today against Zimbabweans who were seeking to demonstrate peacefully. We call on Zimbabwe’s security forces to respect human rights and to exercise restraint.
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U.S. Embassy Harare Aug 15
Statement on Incidents of Violence in Zimbabwe
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U.S. Embassy Harare Aug 15
Tatenda Mombeyarara () remains resilient and committed to human rights despite the terrible torture he endured. U.S. Ambassador Brian A. Nichols visited him today, observed his injuries, and listened to his story.
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U.S. Embassy Harare Aug 14
To deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity. – Nelson Mandela
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U.S. Embassy Harare Aug 14
We will be visiting victims of the latest violence against civil society and opposition activists to hear their stories and document their injuries. We call on the GOZ to condemn these attacks and hold those responsible to account.
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U.S. Embassy Harare Aug 14
The U.S. government is concerned about renewed reports of abductions and assault of civil society members and opposition party members. Harassment and intimidation have no place in a democratic and pluralistic society.
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U.S. Embassy Harare Aug 9
Public Health Specialist at , Dr. Ponesai Nyika, presided over the launch & draw for the Tournament involving 24 recreational football clubs. U.S. encourages male participation in Zim's HIV & AIDS response
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U.S. Embassy Harare Aug 9
The U.S Embassy will be closed in observance of the Heroes and Defense Forces holidays, August 12-13, 2019. We wish you all a safe and pleasant holiday.
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Mark Green Aug 5
Religious freedom, what we call our first freedom, is not merely an American value. It's a universal one. And it is a human right. will continue to work to offer relief and assistance to those who suffer from violence & persecution merely for exercising that human right.
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U.S. Embassy Harare Aug 8
The United States is committed to helping the people of Zimbabwe. Our US$45 million contribution will provide food rations and cash transfers for the purchase of food, alleviating hunger and suffering for those affected by food insecurity.
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US Africa Media Hub Aug 7
"We are betting on Africa’s youth. We must harness this tremendous population to drive Africa’s economic growth and create real prosperity." Watch remarks by at the closing ceremony of :
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Exchange Programs Aug 6
Don't miss this Thursday's Facebook LIVE with of ! Mark your calendar → . & tune in on the Facebook page → .
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WFP Zimbabwe Aug 6
Today, visited a community that’s showing what resilience is all about. Check out this great thread!!
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