By Andrew Magombo MANA

Health development partners and relevant stakeholders in the sector have been urged to drive more support towards Dzaleka Health Centre which has a big catchment area comprising refugees and locals from the host community.

Senior Administrator in the Department of Refugees at the Ministry of Homeland Security, Hilda Kausiwa, made the call on the sidelines of a handover ceremony of medical supplies by There Is Hope organisation to the facility worth K60 million.

Kausiwa said government needs support in provision of health services including Dzaleka.

In her remarks, Executive Director for There is Hope Catherine Ndege Chirwa described the donation as a compliment to the support which is rendered by government and UNHCR.

“This medication is going to prevent a drug stock-out at the facility and the support has come from Health Partners in Canada and International Association for Refugees in Canada,” said Chirwa.

Mental Health Nurse and Matron at Dzaleka Health Centre, Asamagale Chimphamba expressed gratitude with the gesture saying it will alleviate some of the encountered challenges amidst cholera outbreak.

Some of the donated supplies include antibiotics, painkillers, anti-malaria drugs and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

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