The Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) has joined other corporate bodies in complementing efforts to fight the cholera scourge, donating 200 000 liters of water to Glen View Polyclinic.
In times like these, safe and clean portable water is a valued essential needed to ease the burden of continued spread of the water borne diseases.
GMAZ general manager Ms Lynette Veremu said her organisation felt compelled to avail this critical resource to help curb the spreading of the cholera epidemic.
“This is part of our corporate social responsibility that we should assist those in need through interventions in state of disaster situation like the cholera one,” she said.
Councillor ward 41 (malborough) Kudzai Kadzombe standing in for Harare Mayor said the City of Harare is working hard to make sure that all bursts sewage and water pipes are attended to reduce further spread of cholera.
“The situation here was bad but we want to thank the good gesture which will go a long way in reducing the spread of diseases,” said councillor Kadzombe.
The Glen View Polyclinic has been chosen to be the first health centre in dealing with those suspected to be affected by cholera in the area.