Seed of Hope Children’s Ministry, a Non-Governmental Organisation, has donated a pediatric diagnostic and therapeutic machine worth USD 35,000 to the University Teaching Hospital (UTH) Children’s hospital.
The peadiatric Bronchoscope machine is intended to help to provide special treatment to children with health complications.
Seed of Hope Children’s Ministry International Director John Chalkias said the equipment will improve child health care in Zambia.
Mr. Chalkias notes that the equipment is meant to complement the children’s hospital with modern facilities.
He adds that his organization which has been working in Zambia for over 20 years will continue looking into the plight of children with health complications.
Ministry of Health Director clinical care services Alex Makupe says UTH remains committed to delivering quality services and promoting good health.
Dr. Mukupe adds that the hospital is key to providing excellence on the practice.
He notes that excellence without good equipment cannot be achieved.
Dr. Makupe says that the hospital has been struggling with equipment and the donating of a Bronchoscope is timely.
He notes that the hospital had challenges in treating the children with complications due to inadequate equipment.
Dr. Makupe says that the brand new equipment will enhance quick diagnosis and quick interventions in providing services to the patients.
And Zambia Paediatric Association President Musaku Mwenechanya expressed gratitude for the collaboration with the donors adding that such a gesture should be extended in future.
So why have you put a photo of Money printer Mvunga?
Meanwhile Lazy Lungu is busy dishing out money in the name of empowerment
So now they will say the working
Government. Even when people
Donate they say good policies.
When is government buying
Medical equipment and machinery so we stop taking
Patients out of country for treatment?
JACOB ZUMBA ?? LT AGAIN ????????
IF HE IS ENVOLVED SEND IT BACK AS IT BELONGS THE THE PEOPLE ON SOUTH AFRICA
AND WHAT A PHOTO ?? MISERABLE LOOKING BUNCG
The shame that a country with such rich resources is dependent on donors for something like thiw. And president Lungu who has no shame dishes out money to criminal cadres!
THIS IS SOUTH AFRICA
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Your 3rd term president can’t even paint that UTH?
Why not mobilize those PF idyots we saw at nomination to go wash and paint that UTH and ZRA?
This is a great gesture. Meanwhile the self proclaimed richest man in Zambia, HH, has not donated a single thing since his last forced donation of cheap ebu soap. He would rather spend his time playing around on faycebook chasing after young little girls on social media.
From the diaspora
What great gesture? This is how you promote a culture of dependency in Zambia. If our resources are managed well all the donated equipment can be bought within our budget without Zambia embarrassing itself with countless donations. The more you depend on others the less you depend on yourself syndrome. Roll up your sleeves to work and all will fall in place, it’s that simple.
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