Difference between revisions of "Zimbabwe"

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|Region=Africa
 
|Region=Africa
|Population=13,010,000
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|Population=13010000
 
|GDP=641
 
|GDP=641
 
|Eggs for assisted reproduction=?
 
|Eggs for assisted reproduction=?
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|Sex selection=?
 
|Sex selection=?
 
|Surrogacy=?
 
|Surrogacy=?
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|European Union=
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|Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development=
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|Council of Europe=
 
|1997 COE Biomedicine Convention=n/a
 
|1997 COE Biomedicine Convention=n/a
 
|1998 COE Cloning Convention=n/a
 
|1998 COE Cloning Convention=n/a
 
|2005 UN Cloning Vote=abstained
 
|2005 UN Cloning Vote=abstained
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|2005 UNESCO Sports Doping Convention=
 
|Treaty of Lisbon=n/a
 
|Treaty of Lisbon=n/a
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|Introduction=
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|Key laws and policies=Zambia does not appear to have national laws or policies specific to the practices currently falling within the scope of the discussion herein.
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|Foundational values=
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|Prohibited practices=
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|Permitted and regulated practices=
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|Regulatory activities=
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|Accountability and governance=
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|History=Note:
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* Medically assisted reproductive treatments are available, but are prohibitively expensive.
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* The country’s health system is currently extremely limited, and no support exists for reproductive health medicine.
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Latest revision as of 00:30, 23 February 2015

Zimbabwe
Flag Zimbabwe.gif
Information
Region Africa
Population 13010000
GDP (millions USD) 641
National Policies
Eggs for assisted reproduction ?
Eggs for research ?
Inheritable genetic modification ?
Preimplantation genetic diagnosis ?
Reproductive cloning ?
Research cloning ?
Sex selection ?
Surrogacy ?
International Agreements
2005 UN Cloning Vote abstained
2005 UNESCO Sports Doping Convention not ratified


Key laws and policies

Zambia does not appear to have national laws or policies specific to the practices currently falling within the scope of the discussion herein.



History

Note:

  • Medically assisted reproductive treatments are available, but are prohibitively expensive.
  • The country’s health system is currently extremely limited, and no support exists for reproductive health medicine.