New UNICEF representative to Zimbabwe presents credentials to Govt

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The new UNICEF Representative to Zimbabwe Dr. Mohamed Ayoya has presented his credentials to the Government of Zimbabwe.

Dr. Ayoya takes over from Mr. Reza Hossaini who left in February to head UNICEF’s Global Polio Eradication Initiative. Dr. Ayoya assumes leadership of UNICEF at a critical juncture when the organization is looking to build on and sustain the gains made in recent years together with the government, communities and development partners.

A national of Mali, Dr. Ayoya holds a medical degree from the School of Medicine of Mali and a PhD in Nutrition from Cornell University in the United States.

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