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Up until 1992, Zimbabwe faced an acute need for post-graduate level public health training. Most public health posts were filled temporarily by expatriate doctors, mainly Dutch public health specialists under a government to government agreement. In addition, Zimbabwean physicians who did serve in public health posts but went overseas for public health training, frequently found themselves ill-equipped to function in local public health settings on return . In response to these training needs, the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MOHCC) in partnership with the University of Zimbabwe (UZ), Department of Community Medicine (DCM) and with funding from the Rockefeller Foundation (www.rockfound.org) started a Master of Public Health (MPH) program using the Public Health Schools Without Walls (PHSWOW) strategy.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has affected many countries around the globe and Zimbabwe is not spared. As of 30th March 2020, Zimbabwe had seven confirmed cases of COVID-19 and a single
Kadoma City Health Department is one of the flagship sites for the ZimFETP programme were residents are attached for their field attachment for 14 months.On Friday 22 November the Kadoma