Planning & Investing in Zimbabwe

Planning & Investing in Zimbabwe

Operated by the Diaspora Directorate under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade

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Planning & Investing in Zimbabwe

Planning & Investing in Zimbabwe

Operated by the Diaspora Directorate under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade

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Planning & Investing in Zimbabwe

Planning & Investing in Zimbabwe

Operated by the Diaspora Directorate under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade

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Find Projects, Investment Opportunities, and Initiatives in these sectors:

Education

Human Capital investment in the form of education is an essential tool for sustainable development. It is recognised the world over as a universal human right and a prerequisite for economic growth, human development and pverty reduction. It enables the population to...

Healthcare

During the past two decades, Zimbabwe has experienced economic difficulties which have resulted in sharp decrease in funding for social services, in real terms. This is directly contributed towards an unprecedented deterioration of health infrastructure, loss of...

Tourism

Tourism contributes significantly to economic growth through linkages with other industries such as agriculture, manufacturing and services like transportation and Banking. Tourism also contributes positively to GDP, employment, foreign currency earnings (contributing...

Real estate

There are opportunities to build and construct new infrastructure in the real estate sector in preparation of the UNWTO general assembly that will be held in Victoria Falls in the year 2013 Construction of Hotels and Lodges around the country for Tourism Purposes...

Transport

Transport   Roads  The road network covers 90,000km where 14,000km are surfaced, 56,000 are all weather roads, and the rest are earth roads with the public sector as the key player. Rehabilitation and maintenance of major trunk roads is underway, spear headed by the...

Information Communication Technology

The emergence and convergence of information and communication technologies has remained at the center of socio-economic transformation. As a result of the result of convergence of information, telecommunication, broadcasting and computer. The sector now embraces a...

Water and Sanitation

Water and Sanitation  Water capacity utilization is at about 63% of installed capacity.  In drought prone areas boreholes were drilled and equipped to alleviate water shortages. Agriculture utilizes about 81% of national available capacity, followed by urban and...

Manufacturing

The manufacturing sector is a key part of Zimbabwe's economic development. The sector accounts for about 20% of GDP in 1996 are employed more than 17% if the workforce, but by 2007/2008 it had a sharp decline to account for only 12% of GDP. This was mainly due to the...

Energy

Energy  The availability of adequate and reliable energy is critical for the achievement of projected GDP growth rates. Commercial energy. Commercial energy is dominated by electricity, while wood fuel provides energy for domestic use mainly in the rural communities...

Agriculture

Agriculture  Agriculture plays a pivotal role in Zimbabwe’s economy and is a key part of the country’s efforts to reduce poverty. About 70% of the population depends on agriculture for food, income and employment. It supplies 60% of the raw materials required by the...