Matero Member of Parliament Miles Sampa says it is government’s vision to ensure that the education and health sectors are well developed countrywide.
Mr. Sampa said government will support expansion programmes initiated by learning institutions which are meant to expand service delivery in the country.
He said this when he officiated at the launch of educational and health programmes and commissioning of the two storey building at EDEN institute in Lusaka today.
Mr. Sampa noted that training teachers and environmental health workers by learning institutions and other stakeholders in the country was in line with government’s Public Private Partnership (PPP) policy.
He commended the strengthening of collaborations between private universities and colleges and emphasized the need for them to operate according to the government’s guidelines and regulations.
Meanwhile, Eden Institute Director, Kelvin Kaunda has thanked government for providing an enabling environment for private institutions to operate.
Mr. Kaunda said this has resulted to learning institutions supplementing government’s efforts in providing human resource both in the health and education sectors where there has been a challenge.