Globally, humanity’s defences against infection are wearing thinner by the day, as the microbes responsible for giving diseases are increasingly becoming stronger leading to Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR). Microbes are germs that causes infectious diseases and can include viruses, bacteria and parasites.
The Ministry of Health and Child Care has kick-started the process of developing the National Health Strategy 2021-2025 (NHS) which would outline the roadmap towards turning around and restoring stability in the country’s health system.
ICT wizards in the Ministry of Health and Child Care from all the four corners of Zimbabwe gathered recently in Chinhoyi to deliberate and strategize on developing a strong digital health roadmap that will drive meaningful ICT-led interventions to deliver sustainable and positive impact on the nation’s health outcomes.
Over 450 nurses at Sally Mugabe Central Hospital yesterday took a bold step and apologised to Acting Minister of Health and Child Care, Professor Amon Murwira, during a dialogue meeting which was held at the hospital.
Since May this year, Bulawayo has reported almost 3000 diarrhoea cases in three major surburbs namely Luveve, Magwegwe and Mzilikazi with five more suburbs having been added to the list this last month. The attaining situation has become a major public health concern especially in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic.
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