Infrastructure

The DFZ recognises that the development of infrastructure is key to any national development programme. Zimbabwe inherited a highly developed infrastructural system at independence. Nevertheless, this has deteriorated in recent years and the DFZ notes that a necessary part of the development agenda involves the reconstruction of critical infrastructure.

This requires a lot of capital and human resources. Since independence Zimbabwe has produced highly sought after graduates from universities and colleges. Their skills are presently deployed in the Diaspora. The DFZ aims to promote the repatriation of skills and the use of new technology to advance infrastructure development.

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