HSC Participates at Africa Public Service Day

HSC Participates at Africa Public Service Day

HSC Participates at Africa Public Service Day

The Africa Public Service Day celebrations in Mutare were a resounding success, with the Health Service Commission (HSC) playing a significant role in the event. The HSC delegation comprised Commissioner Josephine Mwakutuya, Secretary Dr. Christopher Pasi, Conditions of Service and Industrial Relations Michael Sande and exhibitors actively participated at the week-long event organised to celebrate the significant role played by civil servants.

Celebrated this year under the theme, “Empowering a citizen-centric public service for an inclusive and thriving 21st-century Africa: A journey of lifelong learning and technological transformation”, the week-long celebrations were filled with activities aimed at promoting innovation and excellence in public service delivery.

From a walkathon to aerobics sessions, clean-up campaigns, netball, volleyball, and career guidance sessions at Mutare Boys High School, the event was a celebration of hard work and dedication. The highlight was a visit to the Zororai Old People’s Home, where the civil servants made a generous donation of groceries, showcasing their commitment to giving back to the community.

The closing day of the event saw HSC and other ministries hosting exhibitions to showcase their work and achievements. Dr. Pasi delivered the closing remarks, emphasizing the importance of collaboration and innovation in driving positive change in the public service sector.

The Ministry of Health and Child Care were recognized as the winner of the exhibition, highlighting their commitment to excellence and dedication to serving the public. Overall, the Africa Public Service Day celebrations in Mutare were a testament to the hard work and dedication of public servants in creating a better future for all Africans.

In conclusion, the Africa Public Service Day celebrations in Mutare were a success, with the HSC and other ministries showcasing their commitment to excellence and innovation in public service delivery. The event was a reminder of the importance of collaboration and lifelong learning in creating a citizen-centric public service that will drive Africa towards a thriving and inclusive future.

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