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Zimbabwe climate change country card
The people's perspective on climate change in Zimbabwe.
AD557: Zimbabweans see gender-based violence as most important women’s-rights issue to address
Majority say domestic violence should be treated as a criminal matter, not a private matter to be resolved within the family.
AD556: Zimbabweans approve of COVID-19 response but expect more aid for vulnerable households
Most citizens trust government to ensure safety of vaccines
Zimbabwe Round 9 summary of results
Summary of results for the Afrobarometer Round 9 survey in Zimbabwe in 2022
AD545: Zimbabweans want government to prioritise environmental protection, tighten regulation
Almost three-fourths (74%) of Zimbabweans say the government should be doing more to limit pollution and protect the environment.
AD537: Zimbabweans look to government for action on climate change
Zimbabweans look to government for action on climate change
AD507: Local government councillors and MPs falling short of Zimbabweans’ expectations
In Zimbabwe, MPs and local government councillors fall short of citizens’ expectations.
AD500: Lack of trust in government, reliance on social media may drive vaccine hesitancy in Zimbabwe
Lack of trust in government, reliance on social media may drive vaccine hesitancy in Zimbabwe.
AD485: Zimbabweans blame government, not sanctions, for country’s economic meltdown
Who’s to blame? Most Zimbabweans say government mismanagement, not Western sanctions, are cause of country’s economic meltdown.
AD477: Zimbabweans’ fear of retaliation for reporting corruption compounds ‘pandemic within a pandemic’
Zimbabweans’ fear of retaliation for reporting corruption compounds ‘pandemic within a pandemic’
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