Latest in Tag: health Highlight
Latest in Tag: health
Programme will cover all country by end of 2021
State ready to bear treatment costs patients with disease, at cost of $3m per case
Convoys are part of ‘Our Better Days’ initiative to provide free family planning services
SFC and ASRT will award top 3 solutions on hydrogenation with prizes ranging from EGP 10,000-30,000, along with certificates of appreciation, says Hania Seria
Those most susceptible to black fungus infection are those with immunodeficiency diseases
The finance comes as part of efforts to increase the investment plan in the project to supply advanced medical equipment in the treatment programmes at the Ministry of Health and Population’s general office.
Health Ministry’s communication teams aim to educate citizens against COVID-19
Rapid DNA examination to be conducted for all arrivals to country
Initiative aims to provide early detection of diseases transmitted from mother to foetus
Health Minister meets Ecopat Board of Directors head to discuss cooperation in Egypt’s health sector
World has seen vastly different life experiences due to pandemic
Over 12 million women were examined as part of nationwide Women’s Health initiative
Egypt’s comprehensive health insurance will cover whole country within 10 years: Maait
Finance of EGP 54m granted to support 65 university, government hospitals, says Egyptian Cure Bank
Mohamed Maait, Minister of Finance, said that the first half (H1) of fiscal year (FY) 2020/21 witnessed an increase in health sector expenditures by about 14.7%, mainly directed to finance medical requirements to combat the novel coronavirus pandemic, and increased allocations for health insurance. The minister added that these expenditures included funding to continue supporting …
Egypt’s Ministry of International Cooperation secured $477m in development financing through 7 agreements supporting the healthcare sector
Minister Hala El-Said added that the government’s proactive policies relied on a clear and thoughtful plan targeting all social groups and sectors to cushion the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Zayed and Al Owais discussed the novel coronavirus (COVID19) vaccine supply plan to Egypt, in the presence of the Egyptian Ambassador to the UAE, the Emirati Consul to Egypt, and Mohamed Hassani, the Assistant of Minister of Health for public Health initiatives affairs.
Pfizer uses new method for vaccine based on strengthening antibodies, says Tag El-Din
They are awarded to hotels following the verification by inspection teams that they meet all safety regulations set by the Ministry of Health.
Inspection committees approve 26 floating hotels between Luxor and Aswan, two in Cairo last week
A year ago, at the landmark Nairobi Summit on ICPD25, the world came together to commit to ending preventable maternal death, the unmet need for contraception, and gender-based violence and harmful practices like child marriage and female genital mutilation, by 2030. At that Summit, more than 8,000 delegates from 170 countries made 1,250 financial and other commitments in support of sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Health Minister follows up implementation of new health insurance system in South Sinai
EGP 140m earmarked for range of environmental, health, kindergarten services and illiteracy eradication projects
Laughing, even for no reason, can only be good, and when mixed with yoga as Laughter Yoga, it helps patients overcome illnesses such as cancer and depression
Ismailia is one of five governorates taking part in first phase of new system
To fight economic hardships imposed by the pandemic, the Egyptian government implemented a strategy to support the business sector, as it navigated through the economic turmoil. The success of this strategy has been reflected through readiness of the most affected industries to re-operate as markets reopened.
Allocations for education sector have been increased to 6% of GDP, says Finance Minister
Total of 668 hotels across 23 governorates have so far received certificates to reopen
The ministry noted that the claims, published via the Facebook page of a TV satellite channel affiliated to the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group, are baseless, the statement added.