The Minister of Public Health of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, His Excellency Dr. Qalandar Ebad, participates in a health donor organization meeting in Doha
During the meeting, His Excellency highlighted the importance of health system reform, joint monitoring, sufficiency of the health sector, standardization of health services at the. . .
The monitoring team tasked with enforcing health regulations of the Directorate of Public Health of Kunar province conducted inspections of various private healthcare facilities in the. . .
The Public Health Department of Samangan Province has acquired two ambulances, which were formally transferred to Mullah Mohibullah Bahari, the Public Health Director of the province. . .
The inspection team from the Balkh Province Public Health Department conducted an inspection of 22 dental offices situated in Mazar-e-Sharif city. The inspection encompassed a thorough. . .
Abdul Nasser Mohammadi introduces as the new Head of Environmental Health at the Ministry of Public Health
Maulavi Mohammad Hassan Mohammadzai, the Chief of Staff to the Minister of Public Health, stated in a meeting held for this occasion: "Adherence to regulations is one of the fundamental. . .
Inspection of Private Sectors!
The staff of the Health Laws Oversight Department at the Ministry of Public Health carried out inspections on numerous health facilities, checking. . .
Minister of Public Health undertakes an official visit to the National and Specialized Hospital of Estiqlal
His Excellency Dr Qalandar Ebad, the Minister of Public Health of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, undertook an official visit to the National and Specialized Hospital of Estiqlal to. . .
The Minister of Public Health, His Excellency Dr Qalandar Ebad, visited all departments of the 100-bed hospital in Dasht-e-Barchi and provided necessary recommendations to the staff of. . .
A comprehensive four-day training program has been initiated for 52 healthcare professionals in Herat province, targeting the control and prevention of non-communicable diseases.
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