Les inégalités régionales persistent en termes d'infrastructures
The latest report on infrastructure indicators 2017 has just revealed the existence of a gap in the health sector in the health sector, especially in the number of beds available in hospital facilities. Although the number of beds has evolved from 15.574 beds in 1994 to 21.080 in 2017, the gap remains in the regions, since 28 % of the beds, or 6059, are placed in the Hospital structures of greater Tunis (Huffington Post Maghreb)
Africa Needs Strong National Public Health Institutes
`Dr Chikwe Ihekweazu, the Director-General of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) says Africa needs strong National Public Health Institutes(NPHIs) to mitigate infectious disease outbreaks caused by climate change and biological weapons.`
Tunisia has managed to achieve a fairly good economic growth across the most developed regions in the past years, while less developed regions are hampered to grow due to growing infrastructure disparities and skewed allocation of resources (Larbi Sadiki - Brookings Edu).
Meeting of the Confide Tunisian partners from the Universities of Sfax, Sousse and Tunis on the 4th of July 2019 at the Faculty of Medicine of Tunis. Evaluation of the 18 previous Months of the Confide Project.
Chronic Diseases and Integrated Care: Rethinking Health and Welfare Systems Conference