The Zimbabwe Diabetic Association has embarked on a nationwide educational drive aimed at building awareness and empowering those affected by the disease. Diabetes is among some of the non-communicable diseases that include heart and high blood pressure that are affecting Zimbabweans in larger proportions.
Due to the exorbitant cost of blood in the country, the Minister of Health and Child Care Dr David Parirenyatwa issued the following statement:The high cost of blood and blood products in Zimbabwe has, for a long time now, been a matter of concern for both government and patients.
Bogus practitioners who claim to have solutions to deal with conditions such as erectile dysfunction, male organ enlargements and marital problems have sprouted up in Zimbabwe judging by the number of advertisements that are flighted in our media space.
Community Health Centres are a welcome move in the country’s health services delivery system in as far as decentralising and decongesting district health centres.Bende health post is one of the many community health centres, which are set to be rolled out countywide.
Manicaland’s HIV prevalence rate at 11%, is the lowest in the country, Deputy Minister of Health and Child Care Honorable Deputy Aldrin Musiiwa has said.
Hon Musiiwa revealed this at the Family Aids Care Trust 30th anniversary commemoration in Mutare, last week on Thursday.
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