Speaking at the launch of the testing kits, Mr. Nundwe said the self -testing kits have been provided for the people to test themselves individually and know their HIV status.
Mr. Nundwe noted that people should however take their results to the nearest health facilities after taking the test for further guidance, regardless of them being positive or negative.
He noted that HIV and Aids related cases were still high in the country and urged the people to stick to one sexual partner and reduce on the infection rate.
Mr Nundwe said all test kits would be placed in all malls in Ndola for everyone to have easy access.
And Provincial Medical Officer Consity Mwale said the target is to get 90 percent of the people on the Copperbelt to know their status and make informed decisions about their lives.
And Community Liaison Officer Mhlanga Jennipher who demonstrated how to use the kits said instructions were written in Bemba and Tonga as well as the official language which is English.