Zimbabwe First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa Appointed Ambassador for Health by Government


Government appoints Auxilia Mnangagwa – Crimson Tazvinzwa

First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa has been appointed by the Ministry of Health as the ambassador for Health and Child Care.

Mrs Mnangagwa vows to continue working hard to ensure that there is affordable and quality health care for everyone in the country.

She said this while accepting the new role as a Health and Child Care Ambassador accorded to her by the Health and Child Care Ministry (Monda).

The First Lady was previously an Ambassador for Maternal and Child Health.

She was accorded her new role at an event where she also launched the “Nursing Now Zimbabwe Project” aimed at recognising nursing and midwifery’s role towards achieving universal access to health.

Said Mnangagwa:

“It is not an easy task but fortunately it is within my nature that when I focus on a task, I make sure that it is done. A very special thanks to the Ministry of Health and Child Care for recognising the works that I am doing in the communities which I believe persuaded them to appoint me Ambassador for Health and Child Care.

Initially I was appointed Ambassador for Maternal and Child Health but having realised that my works are not limited to maternal issues only, the ministry decided to appoint me to this new role.”

Mnangagwa promised to work harder to ensure there is quality health care for all.