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Skills development of young people improves service delivery – Kazunga

DEPUTY Minister of Community Development, Mother and Child Health Dorothy Kazunga hands over trophy to Community Development studies overall best student Billy Chibwe (2011-2013) during the 42nd graduation ceremony in Kitwe yesterday. PICTURE: MULWANDA LUPIYA.

MULWANDA LUPIYA, Kitwe
GOVERNMENT  highly regards skills development of young people because it helps improve the quality of service delivery, Deputy Minister of Community Development, Mother and Child Health Dorothy Kazunga has said.
She said Government acknowledges the need for more people to be trained in community development skill to curb the many challenges people face in communities.
Ms Kazunga said this on Thursday when she officiated at the 42nd graduation ceremony at Kitwe Community Development Staff Training College.
“This Government highly regards skills development of young people because they are the future leaders of this country. We believe that the training you have attained will lead to quality service delivery to our people in the country,” she said.
“This country is faced with a lot of challenges such as illiteracy and high mortality rate. It is for this reason that our able Government has acknowledged the need for more people to be trained in community development skills,” the minister said.
A total 157 community development students graduated during the ceremony, 84 with diplomas and 73 with certificates.
And college principal Aaron Phiri appealed to Government to look into the plight of the institution and solve the main challenges that it faces.

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