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Reported Data

ODS consumption

‘Consumption‘ is calculated as Production (if any) + imports - exports.

HCFC consumption

‘Consumption’ is calculated as production + imports – exports.

At a Glance

Focal points:

  • Mr. George Chaumba NFP FPLS
    Ozone Project Manager
    Ministry of Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Resettlement

Status of Ratification:

Vienna Convention 1992-11-03 Ac
Montreal Protocol 1992-11-03 Ac
London Amendment 1994-06-03 R
Copenhagen Amendment 1994-06-03 R
Montreal Amendment 2012-03-01 Ac
Beijing Amendment 2012-03-01 Ac
Kigali Amendment
  • Ac - Accession
  • R - Ratification
  • At - Acceptance
  • Ap - Approval
  • Sc - Succession
Establishment of ODS licensing system: Yes
Establishment of HFC licensing system: No
Quarantine and pre-shipment uses: methyl bromide for quarantine and pre-shipment (QPS) applications is used to control pests and pathogens in certain imported and exported commodities, and QPS uses are not included in the calculated levels of consumption and production.

Reclamation facilities reported by the Parties (Decision VI/19(4))

Parties report periodically on the reclamation facilities and their capacities available in their countries.

Party Report Date Facility Name Address Reclaimed Substances Capacity Remarks
Zimbabwe 1995-01-27 No Facility
Click here for the list of facilities reported by all parties.
The Vienna Convention provides for that parties shall co-operate in conducting research and systematic observations and in formulating recommendations for future research and observation in areas related to the ozone layer. To this end the Ozone Research Managers meet every three years to review national and international research and monitoring activities to ensure coordination and identify gaps.
Reports submitted by Zimbabwe to the Ozone Research Managers meetings to date are available below:
To view reports submitted by all Parties to the Ozone Research Managers meetings to date, click here
The Multilateral Fund:
US$12,011,307
The Multilateral Fund is the financial mechanism of the Montreal Protocol and provides financial and technical assistance to Article 5 (developing) countries to enable their compliance with the Protocol’s control measures. The Executive Committee of the Multilateral Fund has approved funding to Zimbabwe in the amount of US$12,011,307 to date 2019-05-31. As at 2017-12-31, US$10,693,685 had been disbursed to Zimbabwe. For more information please refer to the Multilateral Fund website.