NetOne donates essential hospital and clinic equipment to Nyanga North community


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Mobile telephony giant, NetOne, as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR), has embarked on a significant health campaign initiative in Nyanga North Constituency.

Speaking at a prestigious occasion where NetOne made the generous donation of hospital and clinic equipment that was graced by Lieutenant General Anselem Nhamo Sanyatwe, the Commander of the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) who was accompanied by Hon Chido Sanyatwe, the Deputy Minister of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage of Zimbabwe and a member of the National Assembly for Nyanga North Constituency, Mr. Matope, the NetOne Regional Manager who was standing in for Engineer Raphael Mushanawani, the NetOne Chief Executive Officer, said the partnership with the Nyanga North community marks a pivotal moment in the journey towards improving healthcare access and quality for all Zimbabweans.

“Under the visionary leadership of His Excellency, President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa, and the framework of the National Development Strategy (NDS) and Vision 2030, we are making strides towards a more prosperous, inclusive, and healthy Zimbabwe.

“Today, NetOne is proud to donate essential hospital and clinic equipment to the Nyanga North community. This donation includes blood pressure machines, sugar testing kits, wheelchairs, hospital bed sheets, baby scales, and specialized lotions for individuals with albinism. These contributions are not merely tools; they are lifelines that will enhance the capabilities of our healthcare providers and improve the lives of countless individuals. This initiative embodies our commitment to ensuring that no one and no place is left behind in our pursuit of sustainable development and national progress,” Mr. Matope said.

Part of the NetOne donation

In the spirit of Vision 2030, which envisions a prosperous and empowered upper-middle-income society, NetOne recognizes that robust healthcare systems are fundamental to achieving this goal.

In her acceptance speech, Hon Chido Sanyatwe said health is a cornerstone of development, and by supporting the health infrastructure in Nyanga North, NetOne was investing in the well-being and future of the nation.

“It is pleasing to note that NetOne has demonstrated that connectivity should translate into tangible improvements in the quality of life for every Zimbabwean, ensuring that all areas within its network’s reach benefit from its services and support,” Hon Sanyatwe said.

NetOne reiterated that it was inspired by the healthcare workers in Nyanga North, whose dedication and service are the backbone of the health partnership initiative.

“We are honored to support your efforts and to work alongside you in improving healthcare outcomes. Your commitment inspires us, and we are here to ensure you have the necessary resources to continue your invaluable work. By equipping healthcare facilities with modern tools and resources, we are empowering healthcare professionals to provide better care and fostering healthier, more resilient communities.

“Comrades and friends, let me conclude by reiterating NetOne’s commitment to the principles of inclusion and equitable development. As we move forward, let us continue to uphold the spirit of collaboration and solidarity. Together, under the visionary leadership of His Excellency President ED Mnangagwa, and guided by the NDS and Vision 2030, we will build a healthier, stronger, and more prosperous Zimbabwe. Thank you all for being here today. Let us work hand in hand to leave no one and no place behind,” Mr. Matope added.