Egyptian Health Care Sector gets a $360 Million Fund From the World Bank

By Febronia Hanna

Doctors have been overwhelming the internet with complaints about health sector’s problems. The patients have been comparing the current conditions with how they are supposed to be. Meanwhile, the government has been signing agreements and putting together the papers needed to enhance the situation.

Via Forbes

International Cooperation Minister Sahar Nasr and World Bank Director Nagy bin Hussein signed an agreement of $530 million to support the development of the health sector in Egypt. Nasr says that the government has been working on the development of many healthcare sectors.

Primary services, community services, family planning, the promotion of curative, and preventive efforts to combat Hepatitis C are on the top of the government’s mind and the fund is the largest from the World Bank to the sector yet.

WE SAID THIS: We hope everything goes according to plan!