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AMREF Health Africa Zambia has called for strengthening collaborations between health care providers and health volunteer community workers.

Organisation Board Member, PRISCA BANDA says this is to enable the country attain the universal health care by 2030.

Ms BANDA has explained that this will help improve on maternal mortality rates in the country.

She has expressed happiness that Ndola and Kitwe districts on the Copperbelt have made significant progress in reducing maternal, newborn mortality and child health, owing to a pilot project AMREF is implementing.

Ms BANDA says the project is being run in 20 health facilities in Ndola and Kitwe districts.

Ms BANDA has said this when she visited Chipokota Mayamba and Mapalo clinics in Ndola.

And Mapalo Clinic Nurse In-Charge, CLEOPATRA GAMBWE has disclosed that the health facility has registered a decrease in home deliveries, which where predominant in the past.

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