Health

MoPH Trying for Addressing Lack of Health Workers

Sunday, May 04, 2014
Kabul (BNA) More than 344 girls and boys graduating from Institute of Professor Ghazanfar Health Sciences for Ministry of Public Health received yesterday graduation certificates.
In a ceremony held on this occasion at MoPH, Minister of Public Health Dr. Suraya Dalil spoke and considered graduation of the students as a big achievement in improvement of health services in the country, adding MoPH would spare no efforts for addressing lack of health workers across the country and graduation of the students would definitely in some extent play vital role in addressing the problems. Minister of Public Health asserted that training of health workers could reduce child mortality and maternity in the country and asked the graduates to make efforts with full honesty and faithfulness in maintaining health to needy countrymen.
In the ceremony, head of Institute of Professor Ghazanfar Health Sciences for Ministry of Public Health Kimya Azizi said 344 students half of them were girls had received in various sections as midwife, high nursing, radiology, technology, pharmacy, physiotherapy and others. He said the institute has graduated more than 30,000 students in various health sections so far and its representatives have been set up in Kandahar, Herat, Mazar-e-Sharif, Jalalabad, Lashkargah, Farah, Faizabad and Kunduz where thousands of Afghan youth’s males and females were receiving health sciences.

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