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The 93-year-old president of Zimbabwe - who oversaw plummeting life expectancy in his own country - will supposedly co-ordinate the United Nations organisation's battle against heart disease, cancer and diabetes across Africa.The role - which comes with the title of 'WHO goodwill ambassador' - will be to encourage African governments to introduce policies to reduce smoking and drinking, improve diets and increase exercise.Human Rights Watch added that the dictator’s regime ‘continues to violate human rights [and] has intensified repression against thousands of people who peacefully protest human rights violations and the deteriorating economic situation’.muslim converts looking for marriage A Muslim women or possibly a Muslim man could imagine who's elusive a potential accomplice within their everyday routine.In 2008 he was diagnosed with prostate cancer - an illness his wife Grace, 52, attributed to 'poor diet advised by enemies within the security department'.Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director-general of the WHO, said: 'I am honoured to announce that President Mugabe has agreed to serve as a goodwill ambassador on non-communicable diseases for Africa to influence his peers in his region.'He said: 'Zimbabwe [is] a country that places universal health coverage and health promotion at the centre of its policies to provide health care to all.'WHO ambassadors are appointed for an initial period of two years and are unpaid. Chuchu21 Login: Sharjah I am looking for a: Facebook Login beep boop beep. Dylan martinez22 Login: Look with the eyes of the Heart Happykind loving adventurers soul who enjoys travelling ,nature sports, ,waking up to a challengehoping to meet someone to love and be loved back its a beautiful feeling to share love, romance.Create a Profile Provide your email, age, gender and what your looking for to view other users on datememe.
He repeatedly flies to Singapore and the Middle East for medical treatment - rather than relying on hospitals in his own country.
Walter Mzembi, Zimbabwe's foreign affairs minister, said the appointment was a 'major diplomacy coup' for the country and claimed Mugabe is 'very passionate about non-communicable diseases'.
The 93-year-old president of Zimbabwe - who oversaw plummeting life expectancy in his own country - will supposedly co-ordinate the United Nations organisation's battle against heart disease, cancer and diabetes across Africa Life expectancy in Zimbabwe dropped from 61 in 1985 to 44 in 2003, according to World Bank figures, largely down to the nation's crumbling economy and widespread poverty.
Life expectancy has since recovered to about 60 - but is still not as high as it was in the mid-1980s.
Mugabe is credited as the architect of his country's economic crisis by breaking up the farms that had provided the back-bone of his country's infrastructure, seizing the land from white farm owners and redistributing it to gain political support.