The well being state of affairs in Afghanistan is dire: WHO chief

Yesterday, the pinnacle of the World Well being Group (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, met Taliban’s well being minister, Qalander Ebad, in Geneva and talked about “dire humanitarian and well being” state of affairs in Afghanistan.

Mr. Adhanom described the well being state of affairs in Afghanistan as “dire.”

“The well being state of affairs in Afghanistan remains to be dire and the acute humanitarian disaster is constant to place lives in danger,” Tedros mentioned.

On this assembly each side mentioned the advance of well being system, wants, coaching of workforces that girls have central position in it.

“The acute want in Afghanistan is to ship diagnostics to detect the COVID-19 virus, and particularly Omicron, because the variety of instances is on the rise,” Tedros added.

WHO known as on the worldwide group to proceed with dialogue to help the individuals of Afghanistan, in order that they will enhance the well being and well-being of all Afghans.

Final yr on December chief of WHO got here in Kabul and visited officers of former authorities.

The information comes as the pinnacle of Taliban’s purification fee, Mufti Hakimi, with an accompanying delegation by invitation of “Voice of Geneva” have gone there, to speak to European politicians.

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