Minister of Health David Parirenyatwa of Zimbabwe

Dr Parirenyatwa praised the previous board for strengthening the fight against HIV and Aids.
Harare also appealed for help for its hospitals, which Health Minister David Parirenyatwa said are literally not functioning.
Parirenyatwa had already been effectively in charge of the ministry for some time due to Stamps' illness.
Parirenyatwa was nominated as ZANU-PF's candidate for the House of Assembly seat from Murehwa North in Mashonaland East in the March 2008 parliamentary election.
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David Parirenyatwa was that he was among the more reasonable of mugabes ministers.
Parirenyatwa said aid agencies and foreign governments had responded to Zimbabwes call for assistance in fighting cholera, bringing much-needed water treatment chemicals, equipment, drugs and volunteers.
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Health Minister David Parirenyatwa said 425 people had died and a total of 11,071 suspected cases had been reported nationwide since the current outbreak began in August.
Mr Parirenyatwa said the health services were trying to contain the disease's alarming spread, but warned that already poor sanitation was likely to worsen with the onset of the rainy season.
Zimbabwe Health Minister David Parirenyatwa is reported to have acknowledged this week that it will be difficult for the country to attain its target of putting 110,000 more HIV-positive people on life-saving antiretroviral drug therapy this year.
Parirenyatwa was speaking at a ceremony organized by WishKids International, a US.
Zimbabwe Health Minister David Parirenyatwa has called for a reduction in prices for antiretroviral drugs for people living with HIV/AIDS, saying they are too high.
Parirenyatwa said the government would work with the private sector to cut prices.
Parirenyatwa has reached out for the help of other nations, the state-run newspaper the Herald reports.
Parirenyatwa has said that hospitals are in dire need of equipment, food, and drugs.
Health Minister David Parirenyatwa has said that unnamed donors had offered to provide health workers to work in public institutions but his ministry.
Minister of Health and Child Welfare, Dr David Parirenyatwa said that government was doing its best "under the circumstances.
Malaria control efforts, including indoor insecticide spraying and the distribution of insecticide-treated nets, will continue in the country, Parirenyatwa said (Shoriwa, The Herald/AllAfrica.
David Parirenyatwa is one of the few ministers who has really stuck to his business, that of ensuring that his ministry runs.
Parirenyatwa said that there is a "huge gap" between the number of people who need treatment access and those who receive it.
Zimbabwe recently released reduced HIV prevalence estimates, and Parirenyatwa said that the decrease primarily is because of the country's focus on prevention messages.
Health minister David Parirenyatwa said Wednesday hospitals were in urgent need of drugs, food and equipment to tackle the situation.
Speaking last Wednesday in the Zimbabwean capital of Harare, Parirenyatwa said the government is pleased with the decline, even though HIV prevalence in the country is still high.
Parirenyatwa said Nderere had merely followed administrative requirements when he issued the dismissal letters.
Health and Child Welfare Minister, Dr David Parirenyatwa said government had budgeted US$1.
Zimbabwe Health Minister David Parirenyatwa said it was too early to comment on the newspaper report and that the issue of salaries was a "confidential" one.
Yesterday Health Minister David Parirenyatwa said the epidemic could get worse as the rainy season develops.
Speaking at the launch of an information campaign in Harare, David Parirenyatwa said the rains could hamper efforts to stop the disease and the infection rate showed no signs of slowing.
Confirming the move last week Health and Child Welfare minister Dr David Parirenyatwa said the Government had allowed public health care facilities to give patients the option to pay in foreign currency if they so wished.
Dr Parirenyatwa said of late, a number of patients had started voluntarily opting to pay in foreign currency instead of Zimbabwe dollars, which have been hard to come by.
The Minister of Health and Child Welfare Doctor David Parirenyatwa says the fight against cholera is the duty of every organisation and government departments working in communities.