The Department for International Development (DFID) will provide £60 million in development aid to support Zimbabwe this financial year which will be used to;
fight HIV by delivering Anti-Retroviral Treatment to 58,000 people
improve access to clean water and sanitation for over 2 million people
establish 5,000 community health groups to help rural populations prepare for and respond to future disease epidemics
provide essential medicines to approximately 1,300 primary care clinics and rural hospitals
provide 10,000 urban poor and vulnerable households with 350 metric tonnes of food every month and 2,000 rural and urban poor households with cash transfers every month
provide textbooks to 5,300 primary schools
All our assistance is provided through trusted partners, including the United Nations and non-governmental organisations. We do not pass funds directly to the Government of Zimbabwe or through government financial systems, (including through the Reserve Bank).