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Investment opportunities available in health sector, PM

KABUL: The Acting Prime Minister of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan Mawlavi Abdul Kabir received Deputy Prime Minister for Administrative Affairs Mawlavi Abdul Salam Hanafi and Minister of Public Health Dr. Qalandar Ebad, here in Sapidar Palace, PM office said in a statement the other day. In the meeting, in addition to a detailed discussion about improving affairs, strengthening coordination between the center and provinces, and standardizing health services, Dr. Ebad, shared his work with the Prime Minister. He also briefed on how to provide health services in the country to Deputy PMs, adding that necessary steps have been taken and will continue for standardization of the health sector. He further said that a number of new health directorates have been opened for standard treatment in government hospitals, in which positive changes have been made in this regard, according to the statement. “Private hospitals are continuously monitored and efforts are underway to prevent the import of low-quality medicine into the country,” the statement quoted Dr. Ebad as saying. Prime Minister Mawlavi Abdul Kabir said that creating a standard health sector in the country is an urgent need to reduce the number of our compatriots who goes abroad for treatment. Investment opportunities have been paved in the health sector, PM Kabir said. Point to the state hospitals, Deputy PM Mawlavi Abdul Salam Hanafi said: “Based on the budget allocated to the department, essential works will be done in government hospitals this year”. “Ministry of Public Health must pay more attention for attracting help from institutions and aid agencies in this field,” the statement quoted Deputy PM Hanafi as saying. Deputy Prime Ministers instructed Minister Ebad to better regulate the affairs. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.