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The study is an assessment that determined the health rehabilitation interventions employed by Zimbabwe health actors between 2009 and 2011.
It also ascertains the extent to which the health development and humanitarian interventions met criteria for effective rehabilitation, i.e.
health rehabilitation should ease the transition between health humanitarian and health development.
Data was collected through interviewing health actors and review of policy documents while a vulnerability analysis approach was applied.
The study revealed that, while the implemented health recovery interventions resulted in halting the health crisis, their role in facilitating progress towards health development was marginal.
There were clear humanitarian residual issues and evidence of weak areas of the health system.
A clear pathway needed to be mapped by actors, particularly policy makers to ensure effective rehabilitation.
However, this seemed to lack in some areas.
There were numerous overlapping and repetitive policies with little detailed guidelines.
Vhumani Magezi (PhD) is an academic and development practitioner with over 18 years’ experience in development work specialising in management of simple and complex programmes focusing on HIV and AIDS, Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) and livelihoods as well as management of NGOs at senior level.
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