Friday, 29 October 2010


World Health Organisation (WHO) Africa Regional Director Luis Sambo today left Zambia for Congo Brazzaville after inspecting projects on health in Chongwe and Ndola.
Among the projects he visited include the WHO donation of a Cold Room for storage of immunisation drugs at Ndola’s Chipulukusu worth US$150 000.
The WHO Regional Director left the country at 08 hours (am) at Lusaka International Airport aboard a British Airways. 
Dr. Sambo was seen off by WHO country Representative Dr. Olusegun Babaniyi and Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health Dr Peter Mwaba.
Others were WHO Members of staff and other senior government officials.
Dr. Sambo arrived in the country on Monday this week left     to inspect health projects in the country.
While in Zambia, Dr. Sambo, also visited the newly built laboratory at Chongwe Rural Heath Centre and the Tropical Disease Research Centre (TDRC) in Ndola where he familiarised himself with its operations.
Dr Sambo said he was impressed with the Zambian government’s initiatives embarked on in the health sector.

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