By Nhau Mangirazi
KAROI-Two United Kingdom based medical doctors were in the country to assist some women on cervical cancer screening last week here.
The two are Doctors Tsitsi Chituku and her friend Fadzai Kanyangarara spent two days in Karoi where they assisted women on health matters and later screened them for cervical cancer, one of the non-communicable diseases affecting mostly developing countries including Zimbabwe. They live in Kettering, Northampton shire, United Kingdom. Kanyangarara said they were overwhelmed by the response by the women who were eager to learn more on health matters.
‘’The response was inspirational and we are grateful to the community. We wanted to empower women on health matters as this will help the society in the long run. Generally, women were eager to learn more on health issues. It is encouraging that we are already focusing to have this as an annual event and we have to mobilize more human resources for the next edition’’, said Kanyangarara.