The Organization for Public Health Interventions and Development (OPHID) joins the Ministry of Health and Child Care and fellow Zimbabweans in commemorating World TB Day on 24 March, under the theme: Wanted: Leaders for a TB-free Zimbabwe.
This International Women’s Day, we are urging every woman to make the best choices when it comes to protecting their health.Every woman and girl in Zimbabwe must be able to take control of their health and future.
On December 1st, the world commemorates World AIDS Day. Zimbabwe, like many other Southern African countries, have experienced the burden of the epidemic.
Chiredzi community celebrates the opening of the new Family and Child Health Department at Chiredzi Hospital. The official opening ceremony took place on Wednesday, November 08, 2017.
NOW AVAILABLE – OPHID is pleased to announce the launch of the Treat All Tool Kit, which aims to optimize facility-based HIV care and treatment in Zimbabwe.
The U.S. government announced data at the 2017 International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Science that through support from the U.S.
On 23 March 2017, OPHID and the Manicaland Provincial Medical Directorate hosted Ms Jennifer Savage, the United States Embassy Charge d'Affaires. This was her inaugural visit to Mutare to see USAID funded projects.
Quality Care is Safe Care. Minimizing the risks of infection is key to ensuring safety in health care settings. OPHID, with support from PEPFAR through USAID, handed over 130 litre bins to the Ministry of Health and Child Care.
The Organization for Public Health Interventions and Development (OPHID) joins the Ministry of Health and Child Care and fellow Zimbabweans in commemorating World TB Day on 12 June, under the theme: Reach the missed cases. Reach, Treat and Cure Everyone.