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The Health Minister Supported the WHO Report.

Health Minister Abdul Qadir Patel welcomes & supports WHO DG’s report.

Addressing the World Health Assembly in Geneva, the Minister said that WHO’s anniversary marks a turning point in international cooperation as nations around the world work together to advance health, protect the world and ensure global health. So joined forces to form the WHO.

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Moreover he announced on Tuesday that Pakistan is committed to improving the health of its citizens and building a healthier, safer and more equitable global community.

Critical health areas need to be prioritized, namely improving universal health coverage, addressing medical crises, and protecting the health and well-being of our population. etc

Recommendation of the report

In this regard, we support the report’s recommendation, he added, to shift the health system towards universal health coverage as a flexible base towards primary health care. This includes protection against health emergencies, By increasing access to high-quality medicines, strengthening diagnostic capacity, prevention and control of non-communicable diseases and mental health, as well as strengthening rehabilitation services in the health system, we believe that this will be essential.

With increased government investment and some support from its development partners, Pakistan is moving closer to implementing its essential package of health services in 2023, he said.

Furthermore he says the government has planned to increase the number of community-based women health workers from 89,000 to 135,000 within five years in light of the health workforce crisis in Pakistan.

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