Zambian Girl Wins WHO Global Health Award

Natasha Mwansa, a budding 18-year-old girl, has become the first Zambian Youth to be awarded with the World Health Organisation (WHO) Global Award.

The award is given to individuals doing extraordinary work in promoting people’s health around the world.

Natasha, who received the award at the ongoing WHO General Assembly in Geneva Switzerland on Tuesday, May 21, has been doing a lot of work on adolescent and women’s health and wellbeing.

Natasha also does numerous advocacy and advisory works on issues concerning young people with  organisations such as the African Union’s Youth Advisory Board, Women Deliver, Safaids, and UN Zambia .


  1. listener

    Congratulations keep it up

  2. Flanker

    Great Information wealthy reading.

  3. Nickson

    well done zambian soil…

  4. be

    Congratulations to u

  5. Alu.B

    Nice for you young girl.keep it up.

  6. Tubu

    congratulation proud of you

  7. philimon


  8. Robby Chola

    Thank you very much for representing us and congratulations !!

  9. Linda


  10. Prince Mande

    Congratulations Natasha, well done. We are proud of you for making Zambia proud.

  11. Rousy

    Congradulations Natasha
    Well done

  12. Mr Nice

    Great job! Carry on!

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