THE Zambia Conference of Catholic Bishops (ZCCB) has bemoaned the lack of medicines in health facilities, high poverty levels in the country, moral decay, unemployment levels, and lack of convictions for corruption cases, among other issues. And ZCCB has urged government to promptly deliver the required inputs for the 2022/23 farming season. In a statement, Friday, ZCCB president Rev Ignatius Chama said the Ministry of Health’s claim that enough medicines had been dispatched to all health facilities could not be substantiated as the reality on the ground was different. “Health of the citizenry is cardinal to the productivity of a nation. lt has been observed that health facilities in Zambia are lacking medicines to treat the population in many health…...

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