The European Union (EU) says it has approved an additional US$60 million to support Zimbabwe’s health sector.
Meanwhile, the fund was approved under the European National Indicative Program.
However, the sum of US$43 million is to support public health service delivery by strengthening the primary care system.
Besides, the additional fund is also for the capacitating of human resources for health, and enhancement of community participation.
Moreover, the remaining US$18 million is to support households and communities in vulnerable situations across the country.
Whereas, the purpose is to increase their capacities to respond to food and nutrition security shocks.
In addition, the support from the European Union has reached US$320 million under the National Indicative Programme from 2014-2020.
The European Union increases its support to Zimbabwe to support the people who are facing difficult social-economic times.