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Our Work in Zimbabwe

Updated: Oct 24, 2023

We asked our team in Zimbabwe about the challenges their nursing population faces and the changes they wish to see. Keep reading to hear their responses in their own words:


What are the three most challenging things for nurses in your country?

  • Poor funding for nursing activities.

  • Limited continuing education opportunities.

  • Inadequate mentorship and preceptorship due to skills drain

How can we highlight nursing and mental health issues in your country?


There is a need for multi-sectoral and global commitment to nursing and mental health issues with emphasis inter professional education, research and collaborative practice. Nursing is still lagging behind in terms of technological advancements and resources


What changes would you like to see for nurses in your country?

  • Enhanced global partnership and collaboration

  • Nursing taking leadership position and advanced educational programmes to increase expertise and participation in policy issues

  • Nursing entities to advance to centers of excellence

How is the work of the GCNMS helping nurses in your country?


GCNMS is envisaged to strengthen research capacity, stimulate innovation, global collaboration culminating in evidence driven health outcomes. It also promotes cross fertilization, networking and sharing of good practices





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