Crisis without Limits: Human Rights and Humanitarian Consequences of Political Repression in Zimbabwe

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Date published
22 Jan 2009
Research, reports and studies
Accountability and Participation, Conflict, violence & peace, Working in conflict setting, Development & humanitarian aid, Disasters, Epidemics & pandemics, Evaluation-related, Food and nutrition, Food aid, Health, Monitoring, Needs monitoring, National & regional actors, Poverty
Human Rights Watch

This report details the Zimbabwean government's responsibility for the country's humanitarian crisis. A cholera epidemic has left over 2,000 Zimbabweans dead and another 39,000 ill. Over 5 million Zimbabweans face severe food shortages and are dependent on international aid. Repeated political interference by the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) in the work of humanitarian agencies has severely hampered international efforts to tackle the country's multiple crises.