By Paul Shalala

The Zambia Medicines and Medical Supplies Agency -ZAMMSA- has received the second consignment of seven thousand health centre kits from India.

The consignment is part of the 42,000 kits which government has bought from India as part of the over four billion kwacha procurement of medical kits and supplies.

ZAMMSA Public Relations Officer ENOCH LUSOKE told ZNBC News that the new batch is enough to last for two months for primary health care delivery across the country.

Mr. LUSOKE said each of the health centre kits contains 58 different health products.

And ZAMMSA warehouse Manager ERNEST SINYINDA said the dispatch of health centre kits is conducted with high security to ensure safe delivery of the products.

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