dr timothy stamps.jpgHealth Advisor in the President’s Office, Dr Timothy Stamps has challenged the business community to partner government in its efforts of delivering sound health services to the nation.

Speaking on the sidelines of a function to hand over an ambulance to Chikombedzi Hospital by a local bank in the capital, Dr Stamps said the nation should shun the donor dependence syndrome, but come up with initiatives aimed at developing the country using available local resources.

Barclays Board Chairman, Mr. Anthony Mandiwanza urged the corporate community to partner government in poverty eradication, especially marginalised communities.

Since the imposition of the illegal sanctions by the western countries led by Britain, Zimbabwe’s health delivery system, just like others sectors, has suffered, both brain drain and shortage of equipment.