Civil Societies urged to engage community in UHC

CIVIL Societies Organisations (CSOs) been urged to engage communities on issues pertaining to Universal Health Coverage (UHC) in a bid to simplify the issues surrounding the subject for better understanding and uptake at grassroots. By Patricia Mashiri Speaking during a meeting on UHC in the capital, Family AIDS Caring Trust (FACT) representative, Morgen Chinoona said the issue of UHC needed more awareness raising especially in hard to reach areas. It is important for us to engage communities because they have a right to know about risks to their health and…

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Free To Shine Initiative To Reduce Childhood HIV By 2030

THE First Lady of Zimbabwe, Amai Auxilia Mnangagwa through the Free to Shine initiative, has pledged to heavily reduce new HIV infections in new born babies by the year 2030. By Michael Gwarisa The Free to Shine campaign, which  is an initiative of the wives of African Heads of State who have come forward to end Child AIDS and keeping mothers alive as part of their contribution towards the global goal of ending AIDS as a public health threat by 2030. In a speech read on her behalf by Director…

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