The First Lady advocates sharing ideas that in the tussle against premature unions.

The First Lady of the Republic defended the need for idea sharing and the prevention of premature unions on Tuesday in Dubai.

There is a need for more investments in the healthcare sector, according to Isaura Nyusi, who is taking part in the ninth edition of the Merck Foundation Africa-Asia Luminary 2022 in her capacity as the Merck Foundation Campaign's Ambassador.

The Ambassador of the Merck Foundation Campaign in Mozambique is dedicated to carrying out activities that have a real-world impact on the lives of Mozambicans and contribute to the social well-being of vulnerable populations.

The projects of the Office of the First lady  of the Republic, which focus on health and education, disease prevention, and treatment, were presented by Isaura Nyusi at the seminar.

Merck Foundation, established in 2017, is the philanthropic arm of Merck KGaA, Germany that aims to improve the health and wellbeing of people and advance their lives through science and technology. Its efforts are primarily focused on improving access to quality and equitable healthcare solutions in underserved communities, building healthcare and scientific research capacity and empowering people in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) with a special focus on women and youths.

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