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Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Protect women – Thandiwe

General News Protect women - Thandiwe

First Lady Thandiwe Banda has called for more funding to programmes aimed at reducing martenal mortality rate in Zambia.

Mrs. Banda says there is need to take care of women because the play an import role in national development.

She has called for strong partnerships between government and the private sector to effectively address the problem of martenal mortality.

The first lady was speaking in Lusaka during the opening of the white ribbon alliance for safe motherhood.

She commended the white ribbon alliance for setting up safe motherhood action groups at community level.

And Ministry of Health Permanent Secretary, Velepi Mtonga, said government will continue to promote safe motherhood.

[ZNBC]

19 COMMENTS

  1. Are you not just contradicting the behavior of you husband who’s encouraging women to be undergoing labor outside of the hospital care?

  2. Fund raise for the Health workers’ salary increment instead! …or else just keep quiet mai Banda!

  3. which safe motherhood when mothers delivering in the open,some are dying or losing babies in the process.Thandi musungeni bwino RaBid Bwezani

  4. Go and tell your husband that.. Mothers are dying while you and your old husband are enjoying day and night. Marabishi ala!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Promoting safe motherhood?why should you care only when people are giving birth when you dont give a damn how that seed grows.

  6. Anyway what you are advocating for is truly a good cause,I know that you mean good ,but please look beyond that.

  7. Foolish ! Dont you know that the main cause of maternal death is because your hubby and his bunch of clowns have continued with the legacy of neglecting hospitals in preference for abroad treatment of this bunch of non-productive politicians so much that even animals would not miss any opportunity to show their anger. Utumilomo

  8. Well done Thandi that is what we need for these poor women folk in Zed, please extend this to the villages as soon as possible.
    Wishing you the best in all especially in the health for women folk

  9. a little bird told me that Thandiwe Banda is PREGNANT! ASK ANYONE IS ZAMBIA IF YOU DONT BELIEVE. Perhaps that is why she is interested in all the safe motherhood issues!

  10. I feel pity for this young lady. She’s brilliant but married to a crooked old man. She has suffered alot from the wrath of RB.

    Dora is busy riding on RB’s massive cock period.

  11. #13 Satish “Dora is busy riding on RB’s massive cock period”. Massive, I really doubt it. Wrinkling and malfunctioning is what I would call it.

  12. !14 and 15 hahahahahah u two guyz mwaichaya kanfota but its powered by external means so siya mu real or Dora knows but chemutima muli wa Nyama soya…. chikokomekome chamukuyu or alibe mano afuna fupa

  13. DALITSO NUMBA 15 EYA! NI APO PENE.EH ULIPA POINTI.. AND FOR YO OWN INFORMATION RB TETI A POWE TAHTS WHY HE WENT KU SOUF AFLIKA ATI THEY PUT HIM ON PRESCRIPTION OF A BUCKET OF GROUND NUTS A DAY

  14. Thandi I know you mean well, but your husband together with his ministers are a bunch crooks who steal from us and donor funds kuenda kunyengela mahule while patients in maternity wards are dying!

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