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Zambia needs better health care – Hakainde Hichilema

Health Zambia needs better health care - Hakainde Hichilema

UPND president Hakainde Hichilema said good health is the basis of a good life and essential for a strong economy. He said that is why Zambia needs better health care that is available to all citizens.Last week The UPND president addressed medical students at the Ridgeway Campus in Lusaka where he reiterated that Youth empowerment is an essential part of sound economic management. He said a vibrant economic policy is what leads to access to education for all, employment opportunities for our youths and the development of our institutions

‘I hear all too often that families are unable to pay for necessary health care, or that local hospitals lack the resources necessary to care for the community.In a nation with as much potential as ours, we can do better for our people. As President, I will add more doctors and nurses,raise the standard of care and increase medicine stocks.

Mr. Hichilema said in order to make this happen, Zambia needs real leadership and the onus is going to be on each voter to make sure they vote for UPND on 20 January 2015 and ask friends and family to do the same.

UPND leadership at Ridgeway campus
UPND leadership at and student repersentatives Ridgeway campus

Students at Ridgeway campus listen to UPNd president Hakainde Hichilema
Students at Ridgeway campus listen to UPNd president Hakainde Hichilema

Students at Ridgeway campus listen to UPNd president Hakainde Hichilema
Students at Ridgeway campus listen to UPNd president Hakainde Hichilema

UPND leadership at Ridgeway campus
UPND leadership and student representatives at Ridgeway campus

Students at Ridgeway campus listen to UPNd president Hakainde Hichilema
Students at Ridgeway campus listen to UPNd president Hakainde Hichilema

Students at Ridgeway campus listen to UPNd president Hakainde Hichilema
Students at Ridgeway campus listen to UPNd president Hakainde Hichilema

Students at Ridgeway campus listen to UPNd president Hakainde Hichilema
Students at Ridgeway campus listen to UPNd president Hakainde Hichilema

29 COMMENTS

  1. That is absolutely true, I agree with you your excellent.

    Health care in Zambia is rubbish.

    HH is the only one who will improve it.

    • I agree with you HH 100%, good health is the basis of a good life……and the PF govnt understands your concerns,that’s why they are currently building 650 health posts across Zambia. If it ain’t broken,dont fix it…….vote PF.

    • Farmers are up in arms in Serenje. They have blocked roads leading up to the venue for Lungu ‘s rally today. The most reliable publication ZWD has just reported.

      Farmers are planing to stage a demonstration if Lungu ‘s rally continues.

      Wapya munzi.

      Vote HH.

    • BUT YOU HAVE TO BUILD HOSPITALS, CLINICS/HEALTH CENTRES FIRST. WHICH IS WHAT PF IS ALREADY DOING. HH YOU ARE PROMISING WHAT IS ALREADY BEING DONE.

      INFINTU NI EDGAR LUNGU.

      VOTE EDGAR LUNGU FOR MORE HOSPITALS AND BETTER HEALTH CARE.

    • Agreed, Godfrey Miyanda, Sondashi, Nawakwi, Tembo even kaponyas have recognised this, even a dogs knows that. No need to preach it, in fact we need many good things in Zambia. UPND has never demonstrated that they can change anything other shouting that they can. That is what I call cheap politicking and I can assure you Zambians have heard this forever….we want real men and women who can do things not just say things.

      UPND no more promises please … mwatusabila!!!!!! sho!!!!

    • @ Wanzelu

      And you think that is a good thing, coz they’ve done that? Would say same if UPND was chased in Shiwang’andu?

    • @ Wanzelu

      So to you demonstrations and revolting is the answer? And you are very happy that they’ve planned to demonstrate against the government?

    • The $250 million would easily get at least 100+ basic healthcare centres with $100 million of that being placed in high interest accounts that would cover supplies and healthcare staff salaries. Strategically placed centres would get more input and have referrals from satelite centres for more costly things like imaging or diagnosis.

      There you have it put it in your campaign whether you be PF or UPND. Unfortunately it’ll be diluted like a stingy bar man with watered down whiskey.

  2. Bla Bla Bla… 8 more days before this Mason Gentleman and his goons cry. Lungu has got this. Try 2016 HH.

    Leaders are born and not made then ride on a tribal back.

    Viva EL Viva PF

    • I don’t think you are living legally where you are otherwise you would appreciate the democracy you are living in and try and implement what you learn, Toilet cleaner or Garbage picker. No wonder you are big

  3. Thanks HH,

    Please get rid of W.Banda as an official. we are doing fine win or loose. Don’t let thugs infiltrate. We are on the right track sir. It our Democratic choice though PF hooligans will condemn. I don’t have any issue with friends choosing ECL. Its there choice. I will avoid Vodka. its my choice.
    All The Best.

    May the best candidate chosen for the Zambian people rule.

    We win yes, we loose too bad but we will keep them accountable in parliament. That’s the purpose of opposition. accountability.

    • @cat power

      You are absolutely right .

      Its typical of these PF minions who are part of the family forest sent out to work in missions abroad on wako ni wako basis.

      What they fail to realise is that, come 20/01/15,if Lungu wins RB will call the shots and tell Lungu to replace them all . When this happens, you see how they will condemn Lungu. They will be first ones to divulge many secrets about Lungu ‘s ability and health status.

      RB is on record saying, he backing Lungu as a person who is his tribes mate,and not backing PF at all. My interpretation of RB ‘s statement is that if Sampa had won, then RB would not have endorsed him and that he is determined to purge PF cadres out government institutions.

      PF minions as usual can’t read some hidden message in RB ‘s statement.

  4. pf is already adding nurses and doctors. building 650 health posts. to HH that is nothing. typical of overambitious fellows.

  5. For the first time in Zambia’s miserable 50 years of fluffing around in corridors of power and getting nowhere, we will forge a robust way forward with a professional HH govt on the 20th of January 2015.

  6. It is embarrassing to see few students waving UPND symbols. Infact students role is to hear because they are well informed group of intellectuals. No one can take them for granted. HH is speaking about good health care service, does he understand the health care system of this country? Zambia has one of the best health care systems in the region. The country has mitigated a number of deadly diseases and health services are accessible by all Zambians. Any way continue saying bye to people of Zambia from politics because a political coup de tat is looming in UPND soon after 20th Jan.2015. Congrats. Edgar 6th President.

  7. We only have to look at the malaria stats, infant mortality and in fact life expectancy to know we have a huge challenge ahead. A good health system starts by making sure you enter the world as a healthy home birth or delivered in style in a hospital bed/birth pool etc., looks after you with all your early injections, checks up on you through the school system and then is there for you when you no longer need your parents to take you in for check ups through to end of life. And that’s just healthy people…

    What more those with disabilities, health conditions and long term illnesses. Anyone who says we are doing well in this regard is not helpful to the many medical employees struggling with poor working conditions, equipment and facilities.

    No more S.A. solutions.

  8. @WANZELU,
    HH SEEM TO BE AN EXPERT IN EVERY FIELD, ANYWAY IT WASTE TIME TO COMMENT ON HIS SENTIMENTS!
    ZWD GOES AND PICK ROADS UNDER CONSTRUCTION WITH CONSTRUCTION SIGNS ATI FARMERS HAVE BLOCKED ROADS IN SERENJE. USE YOUR BRAIN TO THINK AND NOT EMOTIONS OR “TRI—“! LOOK AT THOSE ROADS CLOSED, YOU WILL SEE ATI THEY ARE UNDER CARE AND MAINTENANCE WITH CONTRACTORS SIGNS. YOU THRIVE ON PROPAGANDA, THATS WHY DIPAK WAS IN SHOCK TO SEE CHONGWE PICS! HE ENDED DENYING REALITY, HE THOUGHT MASEBO WAS A FACTOR WHEN SHE CRIED CROCKDILE TIES ATI CHONGWE IN NO GO AREA FOR PF. WAIT, YOU WILL SEE NEXT HOW UPND WILL LOSE. YOU WILL EVEN START FIGHTING AGAINST EACH OTHER COZ GARRY & MWEETWA WONT ACCEPT TO BE DIRECTED BY GBM OR MAUREEN OR MUTATI OTHERWISE UPND WILL GO INTO OBLIVION! WATCH THE…

  9. No wonder he is successful he sees opportunity were many don’t see. U knows matters affecting his country and he has a plan.. YES YES HH.

  10. He count down continues. To our farmers I say “please hold strong, help is on the way”. The people here your cries and will not abandon you”
    To the people “PLEASE REMEMBER OUR FARMERS !
    SAVE OUR FARMERS VOTE HH! !!!

  11. DID YOU KNOW? Agony is knowing that you will not win the real elections(apart from scripted opinion polls of course) your campaign team advises you to start impounding anything and beating up musicians. When asked to comment on the issue of violence exhibited by your cadres by pouncing on Red Linso and his friend. All you say is: “We thought they had weapons and pre-marked ballot papers, that’s why when we form government next week we will make sure that the prices of unga go down so that our people can have decent lives.” I just say okay I am a bit lost there sir, Red Linso napanga or katemo unthinkable with a microphone yes.

    By the way how is this connected with imitengo yabunga. Anyway maybe there is a new Degree called BA in Applied Economics of Impounding and Voter Beating. And…

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