Health Professions Council of Zambia Chief Executive Officer Dr. Aaron Mujajati delivering the speech whilst Health Professions Council of Zambia Chief operations Officer Kolala Mulenga (l) and Assistant Registrar-Registration Health Professions Council of Zambia Bwembya Bwalya (r) listens during Health Professions Council of Zambia press briefing at there offices
Health Professions Council of Zambia Chief Executive Officer Dr. Aaron Mujajati delivering the speech whilst Health Professions Council of Zambia Chief operations Officer Kolala Mulenga (l) and Assistant Registrar-Registration Health Professions Council of Zambia Bwembya Bwalya (r) listens during Health Professions Council of Zambia press briefing at there offices

Health Profession Council of Zambia ( HPCZ) chief executive director Aaron Mujajati says the decentralization process has started bearing fruit with a number of significant successes so far recorded.

Dr Mujajati says through the decentralization process, HPCZ is in a process of opening an office in kasama, Chipata and other region in order to effectively handle concerns from health practitioners.

The HPCZ , he noted . has already opened an office in Ndola to deal with health registration and disciplinary related cases for health practitioners in the region.

ZANIS reports that this came to light when he paid courtesy call on Luwingu district commissioner Patrick Chanda, today.

Dr. Mujajati told the district commissioner that the council has since named Mr. Boniface Bwalya as an assistant registrar for northern region.

He explained that the Mr. Bwalya will be in charge of Luapula, Muchinga and Northern provinces adding that kasama district will be the headquarters.

And Luwingu District Commissioner Chanda said the government has constructed three (3) health posts from the 9 which were allocated to the district under construction of 650 health posts countrywide.

Mr. Chanda said all the facilities are manned by qualified personnel including those previously manned by cleaners such as Ndoki, Joko, shimumbi, Nsombo, Katuta and Chungu rural health centers.

One of the health posts was commissioned by the Vice President Inonge Wina two years ago.

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  1. OPEN LETTER TO MR MUJAJATI
    Dear Sir,
    We are asking for your intervention in a matter where our Children who completed their Clinical medicine course are being denied the chance to have their practicing licenses until after they sit for another examination by HPCZ in September.
    The issue is that, these children were supposed to have sat for their exam in May but their institution delayed the exam by one month thereby relegating them to sit in June, after the results, they went to HPCZ who even advised them to deposit money towards the practising license so that it is processed, this they did and the money still lies in the HPCZ account as we write this letter.
    But just yesterday one of the ladies at HPCZ acknowledged that the institution (Lusaka Institute of applied sciences) delayed…

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  2. But just last week one of the ladies at HPCZ acknowledged that the institution (Lusaka Institute of applied sciences) delayed to examine them by one month and she went on to say that, because the institution had made that delay, it is them (the students) who were going to suffer the consequences by being made to sit another exam in September before they will be allowed to apply for the practising licence.
    Now Mr Mujajati as parents we have sacrificed for over three years to bring the children where they are today at a very huge cost, others may not know how we have been affected financially, emotionally and spiritually to reach were we are today may be, because they do not have children of their own who are undergoing college education hence they may not know how much it costs to educate…

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  3. children at that level, because of their not understanding the stress we go through as parents, they want to again make us go through further costs not because of our fault but because of the delay by the institution that was examining our children.
    It is because of this fact that we are humbly asking for your intervention to mitigate this issue and have our children issued with the practicing licence so that we at least rest from one issue as we look forward to looking for jobs for them.
    Yours assistance in this regard shall be highly appreciated, we have been run down financially and we pray that we shall find favour in your heart.

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  4. There is no need to glorify goods and services associated with government per se. What is needed is recognizing and giving credit to goods and services on the basis of high quality and also produced in abundant quantity. Take the example of baking loaves of bread. Today state-owned Supaloaf baking company is gone. Today Supaloaf is replaced by various bakeries spread across the cities of Zambia. Two, take the example of The Post newspaper. The private newspaper was destined to become an institution. But today, other alternative newspapers are doing booming business. By its very definition, the sine qua non of private goods and services providers is to surpass public goods and services providers. This statement applies to Higher Education Institutions as it applies to different social and…

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  5. By its very definition, the sine qua non of private goods and services providers is to surpass public goods and services providers. This statement applies to Higher Education Institutions as it applies to different social and economic sectors.

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