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People access to basic healthcare IEA’s responsibility, Hanafi

KABUL: The Deputy Prime Minister for Administrative Affairs Mawlavi Abdul Salam Hanafi, called health as one of the basic needs of the people and said the Islamic Emirate is committed to providing the people with necessary health services and facilities countrywide. Mawlavi Hanafi made the remarks during a meeting with the Deputy Public Health Minister Dr. Mohammad Ishaq Akhundzada and the General Chairman of the Medical Council Dr. Gul Mohammad Osman, Arg said in a statement on Tuesday. Calling health as one of the basic needs of the people, Mawlavi Hanafi said that the Islamic Emirate is committed to providing health services to the people across the country, according to the statement. “In addition to providing education and training for specialized and trained doctors and hiring them in the hospitals, the relevant officials are making efforts to provide the hospitals with advanced medical facilities and equipment,” the statement quoted Hanafi as saying. Hanafi also added that now there is a suitable capacity for the education and training of specialist doctors in the country, and by using this capacity we can solve challenges facing the health sector in the country. Speaking on behalf of others about the health situation of the country, Dr. Abdul Karim Qayoumi said that if advanced medical facilities and equipment are provided and the capacity of specialists is improved, some reforms are made in the medical curriculum and the health sector, Afghan doctors can respond to the problems of patients in different departments inside the country. Dr. Qayoumi also asked the Islamic Emirate to pay special attention to the education and training of specialist doctors, in providing standard medical equipment and developing health centers throughout the country. Ahmad Tamim

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