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MASM Staff Down Tools

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Medical Aid Society of Malawi (MASM) clients in Blantyre are failing to access various general medical services at Kanjedza Medi Clinic as the health insurer’s employees have withdrawn their services.

A visit to MASM Kanjedza Medi Clinic showed that clients are being sent away without being assisted.

Among the reasons for the industrial strike is that the members of staff want the top management to address issues bordering on staff welfare and the provision of proper medical tools used in the course of their work.

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