Celebrating Excellence: ZUNO Honors Outstanding Nurses and Midwives

In a ceremony packed with appreciation and recognition, the Zambia Union of Nurses Organization (ZUNO) celebrated the remarkable contributions and achievements of exemplary individuals in the field of nursing and midwifery at the heart of the 4th Quadrennial Conference and 58th National Assembly of nurses and midwives held in Livingstone.

Amongst the distinguished awardees, these professionals stood out for their exceptional dedication, innovation, and leadership within the healthcare domain.

The Mentorship Award, a pinnacle of acknowledgment, was bestowed upon Ms. Kabaso Valera. Her unwavering commitment to nurturing and guiding aspiring nurses and midwives has set an inspiring standard in the profession, earning her this esteemed accolade.

In a testament to innovative managerial competence, Ms. Dorothy Chimfwembe and Mr. Jabbs Kandinda were honored with the Scientific Management Award. Their demonstrated ingenuity and creativity in navigating the complex realm of nursing and midwifery administration showcased their exceptional leadership qualities.

Mr. Charles Mulenga and Ms. Joyce Milimo were lauded with the Meritorious Award for their invaluable contributions toward the advancement and fortification of the nursing and midwifery field. Their dedication has significantly impacted the profession’s growth and development.

Recognizing gallant efforts, Ms. Angela Chileshe and Mr. Bernard Mulongo received the prestigious Gallantry Award. Their unwavering commitment and honorable service to the nursing and midwifery domain have set an inspiring precedent for others to follow.

The remarkable strides in education were acknowledged through the presentation of the Nursing & Midwifery Educationist Award to Ms. Thandiwe Lubasi and Ms. Angelina Malambo. Their dedication to enhancing the educational landscape within the profession has been truly commendable.

A standout leader at the provincial level, Mr. Ephraim Musamba, was honored with the Outstanding Provincial Leadership Award. His exemplary leadership has significantly contributed to the growth of ZUNO.

Furthermore, the Long Service Award was conferred upon the outgoing ZUNO President, Mrs. Tisa Chiponda. Her enduring resilience, unwavering passion, and profound dedication in championing the rights of nurses and midwives in Zambia have left an indelible mark on the profession.

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