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Monaco equips the Lebanese Ministry of Public Health with IT equipment

Monaco equips the Lebanese Ministry of Public Health with IT equipment

By Staff Writer - December 16, 2018

On Monday, December 10, the Ministry of Public Health of Lebanon organized the official delivery of computer equipment for the Department in charge of Primary Health Centers and its 185 health centers located throughout the country. This action aims to contribute to the improvement of universal health coverage.

From left to right: Dr. Randa Hamedeh, Head of Department in charge of primary health care centers; Mr. Bechara El Khoury, Consul of Monaco in Lebanon; Dr. Walid Ammar, Director General of the Ministry of Public Health of Lebanon and Dr. Raghed Assi, Program Manager for Social and Local Development at UNDP Lebanon © UNDP Lebanon
From left to right: Dr. Randa Hamedeh, Head of Department in charge of primary health care centers; Mr. Bechara El Khoury, Consul of Monaco in Lebanon; Dr. Walid Ammar, Director General of the Ministry of Public Health of Lebanon and Dr. Raghed Assi, Program Manager for Social and Local Development at UNDP Lebanon © UNDP Lebanon

The Consul of Monaco in Lebanon, Mr. Bechara El Khoury, represented the Principality at this event. He expressed the satisfaction of the Government of Monaco to support the Lebanese Ministry of Public Health through this project, and emphasized that Public Health is the first sector of intervention of the Monegasque Cooperation in Lebanon, with particular attention given maternal and child health in vulnerable areas.

Present at the presentation, Dr Raghed Assi, Director of the Social Development and Local Development Program of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP Lebanon), said: “This contribution is appreciated by both UNDP and the beneficiaries. The primary health care centers are in the front line to deal with the consequences of the Syrian crisis on Lebanon We thank the Principality of Monaco for all its support and we hope to collaborate again in 2019 “.

This action closes a project initiated in 2014 by UNDP Lebanon with the support of the Directorate of International Cooperation, entitled “Implementation of integrated plans and services for well-being and health”.

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