THE PF GOVERNMENT IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT TO UPGRADE CHAMBOLI CLINIC TO A FIRST LEVEL HOSPITAL
THE PF GOVERNMENT IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT TO UPGRADE CHAMBOLI CLINIC TO A FIRST LEVEL HOSPITAL…..as the ambitious project elates the people of chamboli and Wusakile constituency as a whole this is happening for the fist time in Wusakile under the Leadership of President Lungu and Hon Pavyuma Kalobo….KITWE. Friday, April 24th, 2021.In his welcoming remarks Hon Pavyuma Kalobo said that he is happy to welcome the able and pragmatic minister of health serving under the pragmatic leadership of His Excellency President Edgar Lungu we thank you for your leadership.
Today is a happy day in chamboli and Wusakile constituency as a whole we are witnessing the ground breaking of this hospital it may look simple but it’s not simple it will serve the people of distant maposa and kamfinsa constituency because between luanshya and Kitwe there is no hospital. It will reduce costs for our people who have to get on two buses to access a hospital, when people are visiting patients they start off at 05hrs and many times are attacked we thank the PF government for bringing hospitals near to the people in order for people to have affordable health care.
I would also like to thank JICA and The Japanese government for this project and let us safeguard this infrastructure as a community.The minister of health Dr Jonas Chanda during the ground breaking said that he is happy to be presiding over this preservative project under the stewardship of President Lungu and that this project will Provide human resource and medical supply to achieve the universal coverage for all as envisioned by His Excellency the President. Hon Chanda noted that this is the first time such a project is happening in kitwe, the Japanese govnernment has put in $24 million in the project, the new first level hospital will have the following services – outpatient, pharmaceutical, clinical, laboratory, maternity, operating theater and wards. The hospital will Carter for 250,000 at completion and will have 4000 deliveries per annum.