First Lady Appointed Ambassador of Harvard University Global Health Catalyst

By Letwin Mubonesi

First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa was appointed honorary ambassador of Harvard University Global Health Catalyst in recognition of her philanthropic work she is doing in Zimbabwe’s health sector.

The First Lady was appointed during the ongoing 74th Ordinary Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).

Professor Wilfred Ngwa, accepted First Lady’s invitation for the university to conduct its health summit in Zimbabwe and the dates are yet to be announced and the university will bring in investors in healthcare as well as economic development.

Professor Ngwa said that the medical school had been following the First Lady’s charity work.

“We are alive to the fact that she has been championing and leading programmes that are to do with health across the Zimbabwe, including the underprivileged.

We accorded her the new role to honour the work she is doing for the people of Zimbabwe, hence we want her to go across Africa,” he said.

He added that the university had pledged its support towards the First Lady’s work particularly in the health sector.

“I think that having a Harvard-Zimbabwean First Lady partnership will be a very powerful tool that can set an example to other first ladies in Africa.

We are happy that she has accepted the role. We are going to engage our partners across the world so that we support her work and that will make her work go further,” he added.

In return the First Lady vowed to continue working hard to ensure there was affordable and quality healthcare for everyone.

“I want to thank Harvard Medical School for recognizing the works that I am doing in my country through my Angel of Hope Foundation which I believe persuaded them to appoint me their ambassador.

I will not tire and I promise to continue working hard because it is within my nature that when I focus on a task, I make sure that it is done. We are mothers of our nations, hence we should show commitment and work harder for our countries.”

“The appointment is a great achievement and it is not for me alone, but for the nation of Zimbabwe because they have also pledged to assist our country, especially in the health sector. It is indeed a milestone achievement,” she said.

Meanwhile, Amai Mnangagwa was recently appointed as ambassador of another United States-based organization, Days for Girls, in recognition of her work.

Again, she was voted vice president of the Organization of African First Ladies for Development (OAFLAD) in recognition of her philanthropic work and assistance to the less-privileged.

Also this year, the First Lady scooped the 2019 African Phenomenal Woman of the Year Award and the Pan-African Humanitarian Award.

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