The need to reform government hospitals and health care services in the country was discussed this week at a meeting chaired by Mawalavi Abdul Salam Hanafi, Administrative Deputy of the Prime Minister of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA).
Dr. Qalandar Ebad, Acting Minister of Public Health, addressed participants at the meeting and said there was a need to reform hospitals and improve health services in Afghanistan and trained health care workers need to be employed across all areas of the country.
Participants also reviewed the health care reform plan, the former government’s plans and the plan around the new Ibn Sina pharmaceutical manufacturing company. This was in line with efforts to make the country self-sufficient, delegates said.
Recently, Hanafi made the necessary decisions regarding the recruitment of specialists in health centers and the creation of a responsible team for the activation of the Ibn Sina Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Company and the drew up a plan for the standardization of the Jamhuriat public hospital.