VICE-PRESIDENT Mutale Nalumango says there is need to invest in children because the country’s future lies in them. And African Child Policy Forum Executive Director Dr Joan Nyanyuki says Zambia ranks 37 out of 52 countries which have made progress in programmes that protect children from violence, abuse, among other vices. Speaking during the National Summit on Girls in Zambia, Thursday, Vice-President Nalumango said there was need to be sensitive to the needs and well-being of children. “Like many other African countries, children are a major constituent and account for more than half of the total population. If we do not invest in the children, we have no future. And therefore, all of us must be sensitive to the needs…...

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