Find out how the UK will respond to opportunities and challenges, what is being achieved for the UK and who we are working with.
The Department for International Development (DFID) closed on 2 September 2020 and merged with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) to create the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.
Information on this page may not be current or correct. Up to date Information on development work in Zimbabwe is available on this page
In the short term, improving basic services and economic opportunities will help Zimbabwe move onto a better development path. It will reduce crisis related outward migration to neighbouring countries and potentially the UK and increase local and regional stability.
In the medium term, the development assistance provided now will assist Zimbabwe to achieve a stable and peaceful political transition, benefitting the UK and the wider region, improving the investment climate, opening up trading opportunities, and eventually ending the need for aid.
To find out how the UK will respond to the opportunities and challenges, what is being achieved for the UK and who we are working with please read the full country profile for Zimbabwe.
For detailed information on our programme and what the UK spends on development in Zimbabwe, see:
- Development Tracker to explore international development projects funded by the UK government by country and sector
- International Development Funding finder tool for funding opportunities by country, sector and organisation type
- Research for Development Outputs for outputs from DFID funded research projects and programmes
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