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 Ios Christmas Appeal

The Independent on Sunday Christmas appeal is for the work of Save the Children in Zimbabwe, where through no fault of their own, people are suffering hunger, disease and the collapse of vital services such as schools and hospitals. Save the Children has worked in Zimbabwe for 25 years. It has the expertise and local knowledge to deliver aid directly to those who need it most, especially to children, who are the most vulnerable in this crisis. CLICK HERE TO DONATE NOW

Aqua, Nobel and Nelson were turned out of their hostel room and had to sleep on the street

The IoS Christmas Appeal: The brutal reality of family life in Zimbabwe

Thousands have been traumatised by the country's bloody politics, reports our special correspondent in Harare

Inside IoS appeal

Aqua, Nobel and Nelson were turned out of their hostel room and had to sleep on the street

The IoS Christmas Appeal: The brutal reality of family life in Zimbabwe

Sunday, 14 December 2008

Thousands have been traumatised by the country's bloody politics, reports our special correspondent in Harare

Kitty, 19, on the one usable bed in the Mashonaland West clinic where she is being treated for cholera. Zimbabwe's desperate food shortage has made the outbreak even more lethal than usual

The IoS Christmas Appeal: First cholera. Now it's malaria and anthrax

Sunday, 7 December 2008

Our special correspondent reports from Mashonaland West, where Zimbabwe's hard-pressed doctors are doing all they can to stop the spread of disease

Mercy, picking mulberry leaves to eat, is one of five million Zimbabweans in desperate need of food aid now. You can help

The IoS Christmas Appeal: Starvation threatens millions in Zimbabwe

Sunday, 30 November 2008

Our special correspondent in Zimbabwe reports from Matabeleland North on the desperate plight of families facing malnutrition and disease. Here's what you can do to help.

Leading article: We can give Zimbabwe hope

Sunday, 30 November 2008

The last that most people in this country knew of Zimbabwe was that a power-sharing deal had been done between Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirai, the opposition leader. Some of us might have been aware that the implementation of the deal had become a bit sticky, and we might have wondered what had become of Mr Tsvangirai in recent weeks.