Author: Lusaka Times

World Menstrual Hygiene Day Commemorated

Chinsali Acting District Commissioner (DC) Francis Mbati has called for strengthened awareness on menstrual hygiene in schools in the district. Mr Mbati said managing menstrual hygiene education in schools should be widespread among learners to ensure the girl child adapts to good menstrual hygiene practices. Speaking during the first-ever commemorations of the World Menstrual Hygiene

Rotary launches US$30 million program to combat deadliest childhood diseases in four African countries

‘Rotary Healthy Communities Challenge’ will strengthen health systems and tackle leading childhood killers — malaria, pneumonia, and diarrheal diseases — in the DRC, Mozambique, Nigeria, and Zambia Despite significant progress in recent years, malaria, pneumonia (lower respiratory infections), and diarrheal diseases remain among the leading causes of illness and death for children under five in

Message For Today: He Sees You

Today’s Scripture “The eyes of the LORD search the whole earth in order to strengthen those whose hearts are fully committed to him.” 2 Chronicles 16:9, NLT He Sees You Friend, God sees things that we can’t see. So often we let our circumstances determine who we are, how people treat us determine our value

Presidential Advisor on Health Cautions Pharmacists

Special Advisor to the President on Health, Roma Chilengi, has cautioned pharmacists in public health institutions against using shortcuts to amass wealth through the theft of medicines. Prof. Chilengi stated that the theft of medicines continues to be a major challenge to the provision of quality healthcare services across the country. Prof. Chilengi made these
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