Zimbabwe is in a "serious humanitarian crisis" with villagers surviving on wild berries and appealing for food aid that is not coming, the head of Christian Care in the southern African country has charged.
The only known functioning ecumenical church grouping in Zimbabwe says Mugabe's Zanu-PF party is showing "bad faith" in relation to a unity government formed with the Movement for Democratic Change party earlier in February 2009.
Zimbabwean Christians will join human rights campaigners in a Valentine’s Day vigil outside Zimbabwe’s embassy in London. Representatives of Christian organisations working in Zimbabwe, will deliver a Valentine’s card to the embassy.
Development agency Progressio is preparing to offer practical advice to thousands of small-scale farmers in Zimbabwe in a bid to help them achieve long-term food security in a rapidly changing climate.
Africa's heads of state meeting on Sunday 1 February were greeted by hunger strikers calling for justice and democracy in Zimbabwe as the political leaders continue to seek an accommodation to end the country's crisis.