Published: September 11, 2019
Findings of study on Libya’s private health sector revealed, recommendations made on PPP and law amendment
By Sami Zaptia.
London, 11 September 2019:
The findings of a study on Libya’s health sector were revealed at a joint Libyan Ministry of Health and World Health Organization (WHO) workshop in Tripoli last Thursday.
The WHO Tripoli office reported that the study conducted in the last quarter of 2018 revealed almost the same trends observed in other ‘‘emergency’’ countries like Iraq and Syria.
The findings showed that during Libya’s conflict period, inpatient clinics rose by 71.49%, laboratories and pharmacies by 50% and diagnostic centres by 80% in period between 2007-2018.
The workshop reported that the . . .
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