Zimbabwe

 

Operation: Zimbabwe

Location

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Latest update of camps and office locations 21  Nov  2016. By clicking on the icons on the map, additional information is displayed.

Key Figures

2017 planning figures
100% of primary school–aged refugee children will be enrolled in schools 
100% of identified people of concern living with disabilities will receive appropriate support
100% of people of concern identified to be in need of resettlement are resettled 
500 people of concern will receive shelter support
50 Government officials will be trained on statelessness 
2015 end-year results
321 people of concern were submitted for resettlement
100% of identified children with disabilities received specific support
297 refugee children aged 3-5 enrolled in early childhood education
100% of people of concern had the same access to antiretroviral therapy services as the local community 
47 government officials received training on statelessness issues

People of Concern

3,267%
Increase in
2015
2015 310,624
2014 9,225
2013 67,107

 

[["Refugees",6950],["Asylum-seekers",259],["Returned refugees",31],["Stateless",300000],["Others of concern",3384]]
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Budgets and Expenditure for Zimbabwe

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Working environment

The number of Mozambicans fleeing insecurity to neighbouring countries, including Zimbabwe, may increase during 2017. It is estimated that a sizeable number of stateless people reside in Zimbabwe.

Despite experiencing economic challenges, the overall situation in Zimbabwe remains relatively calm, although severely impacted by heightened intra-party political tensions. The country continues to be committed to adhering to international norms and standards, and works in cooperation with humanitarian organizations. 

The Government maintains asylum space in rural and urban settings, and refugees have access to national education and health systems. The Registrar General’s Office has agreed to print and issue Machine-Readable Convention Travel Documents to refugees, if necessary funding is identified. Refugee farmers also have access to arable land in Tongogara camp to supplement their diets and improve their livelihoods. 

Key Priorities

In 2017 the UNHCR operation in Zimbabwe will focus on:

•    strengthening the asylum regime and enhance the capacity of the Zimbabwe Refugee Committee on refugee status determination;
•    providing appropriate durable solutions through targeted interventions; 
•    obtaining improved documentation for people of concern; 
•    improving mechanisms and procedures to identify people in need of international protection through border monitoring and regular visits to detention facilities;
•    providing adequate support in livelihoods and self-reliance activities to reduce economical dependency.