Mvuma – Chirumanzu District has used $4 750 000 of its devolution funds on completion of clinics and drilling of new boreholes, District Development Co-ordinator Vafios Hlavati has said.
Hlavati told The Mirror that two clinics have been completed and are fully equipped in areas where villagers walk long distances while 16 new boreholes were drilled. The clinics are awaiting official opening.
“Since I came to Chirumanzu we have received close to RTGS$5m and we have used it efficiently towards development,” said Hlavati.
In addition, there are also some classroom blocks that were built while many boreholes were repaired.
The completed clinics are Hwata in Ward 7 and Chimbindi in Ward 5.
Black Rhino Conservancy has also been assisting with the sinking of boreholes.