Acting President Guy Scott says government remains loyal to the provision of quality health in the country.
Dr. Scott said government has capable people that were working tirelessly to ensure that this was achieved in the soonest possible way.
ZANIS reports that the Acting President said this in Lusaka today when UN Goodwill Ambassador for Africa Yvonne Chaka Chaka paid a courtesy call on him.
Dr. Scott has since called on youths to partner with government in any youth activities that are aimed at improving the knowledge on HIV/AIDS.
He said the major problem affecting youths in the country was stigma because those infected with HIV/AIDS fear being shunned by society.
And Ms. Chaka Chaka said government should invest in the health of the nation.
She said her main concern was the attainment of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) especially goals number four, five, and six.
She said the MDGs are coming to an end by 2015 hence the need for Zambia to double its efforts towards attaining that goal.