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Deputy Minister Phale says no to laxity, challenges management to be Vigilant

Feb 22, 2022

We understand the challenges but let us work hard, people in the rural areas want to see a thriving health sector so let us go on the ground enough of office work, and Directors you must make sure that work plans are finalized for effective implementation of the budget

By Brighton Tchongwe

Official’s in the ministry have been challenged to be vigilant in discharging their duties to ensure effective Health service delivery to the citizenry.

Deputy minister of Health Enock Phale has made the call during a Management meeting at the ministry headquarters in Lilongwe on Monday.

The meeting was organised in order to brain storm on various issues affecting the ministry both positives and the negatives and find solutions on how they can be addressed.

The deputy minister said regardless the challenges the country is facing like Covid 19 and harsh weather conditions, the policy implementors are always looking up to the ministry as the policy holder to deliver their best.

“We understand the challenges but let us work hard, people in the rural areas want to see a thriving health sector so let us go on the ground enough of office work, and Directors you must make sure that work plans are finalized for effective implementation of the budget,” said Phale

In addition, the deputy minister asked directors in the ministry to use the resources allocated prudently as well as directing them to ensure timely submission of monthly reports while pledging political will.

2 thoughts on “Deputy Minister Phale says no to laxity, challenges management to be Vigilant”
    1. Unfortunately the health sector in Malawi is one of the sectors which is underperforming in terms of service delivery and infrastractures.

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