By ZBC Reporter
ACTING President Kembo Mohadi this Thursday morning met the visiting United Arab Emirates (UAE)and Estonia delegation that is in the country to help assess the necessities which are needed to digitise the health sector as they are set to partake in Ministry of Health and Child Care’s pioneering steps to digitise the health sector, starting with Sally Mugabe Hospital.
The UAE and Estonia delegation, headed by Rashed Mohamed Awadh Al Hemeiri, Director of Technical Cooperation in the Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Director for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid, Kadi Metsandi, a representative from Estonia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs met the Acting President at Statehouse.
Briefing the media, after the meeting Hemeiri spoke on the need to fully implement the E-health project.
“It is all about ensuring that we implement the projects for the benefit of Zimbabwean people,” he said.
The Director for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Estonia, Mrs Kadi Metsandi added that her country will commit technical and financial resources to the projects.
“We shall do all our best to ensure success of the entire project across the country,” said Metsandi.
The Acting President said the government is determined to work with the two countries in ensuring the development of the health sector to improve efficiency and accountability within the health care system.
“The meetings were cordial and we expect that such projects will have a positive impact on the development of our economy,”he said.
The visiting UAE and Estonia delegation this Wednesday toured Sally Mugabe Hospital to assess how best they can implement the pilot digitisation project of the hospital.
By ZBC Reporter