BUHERA – The Minister of State for Manicaland Provincial Affairs and Devolution, Advocate Misheck Mugadza has commissioned three clinics in Buhera West which are set to change the health landscape in the district.
Mutasa, Mbundire and Maburutse clinics were build using Constituency Development Funds (CDF) availed to MPs and devolution funds which were availed to Buhera Rural District Council by the central government to help among other things in the rehabilitation of health facilities and upgrade of infrastructure in the district.
Speaking at the commissioning ceremony on Saturday at Maburutse Clinic, Advocate Mugadza who was the guest of honour said the construction of the clinics will result in thousands of villagers benefiting from the health centres and walking lesser distances to access the services.
“These health centres will help thousands of villagers and they will go a long way in serving villagers who had to travel as far as Gutu and Chikomba for health services,” he said.
Advocate Mugadza also implored people to embrace the new dispensation’s thrust for development.
“The coming in of the Second Republic has brought with it various positives that manifested themselves through projects being successfully implemented in Buhera district by Buhera RDC.
“Like other districts, Buhera has massively benefited from devolution funding which have enabled you to implement various developmental projects.
“Among other projects that are being implemented include the construction of health centers, schools, roads and procurement of service delivery vehicles,” he said.