NAC’s re­pro­duc­tive health pro­gramme hailed

The Herald (Zimbabwe) - - National News - Fun­gai Lu­pande Mashona­land Cen­tral Bureau

THE Na­tional Aids Coun­cil (NAC)’s sex­ual re­pro­duc­tive health pro­grammes in Mashona­land Cen­tral have helped stu­dents in ter­tiary in­sti­tu­tions to be dis­ci­plined and self-aware, which are virtues not found in aca­demic books, but are key to sur­vival of hu­man be­ings, Bin­dura Univer­sity of Science Ed­u­ca­tion (BUSE)’s dean of stu­dents Dr Re­tias Makado has said.

Speak­ing at a han­dover cer­e­mony of sport­ing equip­ment from NAC to the univer­sity for a sports gala to in the near fu­ture, Dr Makado said the ges­ture would help in the de­vel­op­ment of tal­ent in young peo­ple.

“Young peo­ple have so much tal­ent and SayWhat is pro­duc­ing re­sults at the univer­sity through their part­ner­ship with NAC,” he said. “Ev­ery child is a bun­dle of all pos­si­bil­i­ties.

“NAC is in the fore­front in fight­ing HIV/ AIDS and their im­pact is felt in the re­duc­tion of new in­fec­tions.

“Young peo­ple at the univer­sity are now aware of how to take care of them­selves. We have dis­ci­plined stu­dents, ex­pect for a few,” he said.

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