Zimbabwe

Africa Nutrition Database 
Initiative Website

ELDIS

GIEWS Reports

Global Information and 
Early Warning System FAO

IRINnews

ReliefWeb

USAID

USAID, USGS, SADC

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

Academic

African Studies Resources

African Studies

South of the Sahara

 

 

Africa Nutrition Database Initiative Website
http://www.africanutrition.net/
Tables     Demography
  Economy  
  Food Availability and undernourishment  
  Nutritional Requirements  
  Child Malnutrition  
  Adult Malnutrition    
  Micronutrient    
  Nutrition Promotion    
  Child Health    
  Education

 

ELDIS

Zimbabwe: Country Profile
http://www.eldis.org/country/index.htm

Sectoral profiles:

Agricultural sector

Environment

Poverty

Education

Gender

Health and population

Governance

Trade

Economics

Aid

Microcredit

Food Security

 

Global Information and Early Warning System FAO

Database on Food and Agriculture for Southern Africa
http://www.fao.org/giews/english/giewse.htm
(jointly prepared by SADC FSTAU & FAO/GIEWS)

Food and Agriculture

General
Information

Country
Profile

Information on
Agriculture

Information on
Food Consumption

Statistics

Other
Information
Food Supply
and Crop
Situation

Current
Agricultural
Situation

Previous
Agricultural
Situation

Food
Balance

Satellite
Images

Pests
Maps...

Administrative
Map

Meteorological
Profile

Crop Zones

Crop Calendar

Population

 

ReliefWeb

Zimbabwe Country Page
http://www.reliefweb.int/w/rwb.nsf/ByCountry/Zimbabwe?OpenDocument&StartKey=Zimbabwe&Expandview

Country Profiles, Culture, Development, Disaster history, Economics, Food and Agriculture, Geography and Environment, Government and Politics, Health, History, HIV-AIDS, Human Rights, Infrastructure, Landmines, Media links, Refugees and IDPs, Response capacity, Travel Information, UN links, Weather

 

USAID

Zimbabwe Country Page

http://www.usaid.gov/regions/afr/country_info/zimbabwe.html

 

USAID, USGS, SADC
Southern Africa Flood & Drought Network

Zimbabwe Country Page

http://edcw2ks40.cr.usgs.gov/sa_floods/countryinfo.asp?selTopic=3

 

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

IRINnews.org

Latest news from Zimbabwe

http://www.irinnews.org/frontpage.asp?SelectRegion=Southern_Africa&SelectCountry=Zimbabwe

 

African Studies Resources
Colombia University

http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/indiv/africa/cuvl/Zimbabwe.html

 

African Studies
University of Pennsylvania

http://www.sas.upenn.edu/African_Studies/Home_Page/Country.html

Other On-Line Resources Related to Zimbabwe

  • Zimbabwe
      The index has been created by The Norwegian Council for Africa, as part of its comprehensive effort to strengthen the knowledge of Africa and African affairs. The projects has been developed in cooperation with the information company Gazette, and wit h financial support from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Zimbabwe (Karen Fung)
      Resources represents part of Karen Fung's "Africa South of the Sahara Electronic Guide". It covers: news, history, geography, etc..
  • The Financial Gazette
      Financial Gazette is Southern Africa's leading Business and Financial Newspaper
  • Inernet Africa: Zimbabwe
      PIPEX, as pioneer of ISP in Zimbabwe provides information on: Business, Internet Services, e-mail addresses, the Zimbabwe Network, Links
  • Abstract Environmental Articles
      Gopher site with abstract articles ranging from 1990-1996 dealing mainly with the environment and development.
  • Kumusha: Mbira Home Page (Solomon Murungu)
      The aim of the Mbira Page is to become a resource for people around the world who have an interest in Mbira, Marimba and Chimurenga styles of music from the indigenous cultures of Zimbabwe. Related topics, Shona and Ndebele customs, Shona language and literature, traditions and beliefs as they relate to Mbira music are also discussed. For a complete list of topics and areas of interest, see the contents page.
  • Department of Meteorological Services
      The Department of Meteorological Services, in the Ministry of Transport and Energy has played a crucial role in observing the weather and monitoring the regional climate systems, using its network of sixt three stations.
  • Language s of Zimbabwe
      The Ethnologue is a catalog of the world's languages including information on alternate names, number of speakers, location, dialects, linguistic affiliation, and other sociolinguistic and demographic information. This database represents the 12th edition of the Ethnologue, published in 1992.
  • Dandemutande: A resource of Zimbabwean Music & Culture
      Dandemutande is devoted to the music and culture of Zimbabwe, giving special attention to traditional and contemporary music as performed on mbira and marimba. Dandemutande consists of a calendar of musical events worldwide; a magazine containing arti cles on the music, the musicians, and their instruments; a resource guide listing performers, teachers, instrument makers, etc.; and a mail order catalog offering books, recordings, films, and art.
  • Prince Edward School homepage
      Prince Edward School was founded in 1898, under the original name of "Salisbury Public Undenominational School." The school was situated in Moffat Street, where the Government allocated four acres fronting on what is now the City Park.
  • Test Cricket Stats on Zimbabwe's Test Cricketers
      These pages have detailed statistics on Zimbabwe's test cricketers.
  • Zimbabwe Music Festival (Larry Israel)
      The Zimbabwe Music Festival is the largest annual gathering in North America for students, teachers, performers, and fans of Zimbabwean music. Musicians and students come from all over the US, Canada, and scattered points around the world to learn, teach, perform, dance, and connect with one another.
  • Zimbabwe Education Outreach Project
      This documentary tells the stories of six teenage students who won a merit/need-based scholarship that allows them to finish their secondary education in a government boarding school in Zimbabwe. The scholarship was originally named for Zimbabwe's late first lady, Sally Mugabe. It is sponsored by Students for Students International and is supported in Zimbabwe by the Child Survival and Development Foundation.
  • ZimbWeb
      ZimWEB was created so that the resources and wealth offered by Zimbabwe that would have otherwise been undiscovered and inaccessible, are made accessible on the internet. ZimWEB was created primarily for Zimbabweans and for those affiliated with Zimbabwe, and is also geared to provide information and services to those people around the world interested in Zimbabwe.

 

 

Africa: South of the Sahara
Stanford University

http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/ssrg/africa/zim.html

 

 

 

 

 

Links

Zimbabwe Department of Meteorological Services
http://www.dot.co.zw/

 

 

 


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