The eVerify service will be used in the education, health care, production, and legal sectors of the country.
Also, an eNaira-pegged stablecoin is in the works and will be publicly available soon, says Convexity founder.
EMTECH currently works with six central banks, including Nigeria and Ghana, and is looking to expand into four more African countries.
The bank hopes to use the CBDC to tackle hyperinflation in the country and provide an alternate store of value for Zimbabweans.
The kit provides the tools to develop and test new CBDC-based products and services.
Zimbabwe's government has been urged to pay civil servants with gold-backed CBDC and coins amid plunging economy.
The IMF has previously shown its disapproval of cryptocurrencies and other digital assets and has called for their regulation and control.