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Why Cholera Will Again Soon Break Out in Zimbabwe


Physicians for Human Rights anticipates in Zimbabwe an imminent outbreak of cholera. Cholera has killed more than 4,200 people there and infected another 100,000 since August 2008, because the coalition government has failed to address the underlying causes of this entirely preventable disease.

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Harvard International Review Features PHR Zimbabwe Investigation


Based on findings from a recent PHR investigation, the Harvard International Review yesterday published a feature article on Zimbabwe's Man-Made Disaster.

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Mugabe threatens repeat of 2008 disaster


President Robert Mugabe today threatened to ban humanitarian organizations from operating in Zimbabwe. Calling these nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) "a type of government in the background of a formal government," Mugabe questioned the "advisability of having NGOs" remain in the country.

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Zimbabwean Physician Douglas Gwatidzo, MD, is Available for Photo Ops and Interviews


Zimbabwean physician Douglas Gwatidzo has collaborated with Physicians for Human Rights in investigations of his country's health and human rights disaster. Dr. Gwatidzo is the 2009 winner of the Jonathan Mann Award for Health and Human Rights, which he will accept tomorrow evening at a special awards ceremony at the Global Health Council's 36th Annual International Conference.

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Be a Human Rights Monitor for Zimbabwe


Zimbabwe—once Southern Africa's bread basket—is starving for food, for water, for justice, for peace. Join Physicians for Human Rights and Amnesty International USA as we launch a petition and photo drive for Zimbabwe in honor of the country's Independence Day—which is today, April 18.

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