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    Parliamentary Health: The health situation is dilapidated, and half of the ministry's allocations ha

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    Parliamentary Health: The health situation is dilapidated, and half of the ministry's allocations ha Empty Parliamentary Health: The health situation is dilapidated, and half of the ministry's allocations ha

    Post by Rocky Sun 07 May 2023, 5:26 am

    Parliamentary Health: The health situation is dilapidated, and half of the ministry's allocations have been written off in the budget
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    {Local: Al-Furat News} The head of the Parliamentary Health and Environment Committee, Majed Shankali, described the deterioration of the health situation in the country.
    Shankali said in a press statement: "The Iraqi health situation is dilapidated as a result of accumulations, failures and corruption over decades, and there are problems that complicate the situation, the first of which is the lack of allocations for the health sector compared to what is required, which reflects negatively on the services provided, and makes many citizens prefer the private sector."
    He pointed out, "The small number of hospitals compared to the population, so that the existing hospitals do not rise to the level of ambition, and there are political reasons that hinder the development of the sector, as some leaders were chosen according to the principle of quotas, and the Minister of Health is exposed to great pressure when he tries to change one of them, and things reach Sometimes to the extent of preventing it, and we do not forget that the absence of deterrent penalties against negligent people in government hospitals encourages many not to carry out their duties, unlike what is happening in the private sector.
    Regarding the diseases or causes that most cause death in Iraq, Shankali said: “Many may think that the most prominent causes of death are diseases, while most deaths in Iraq result from road accidents, with a large difference from the rest of the causes, and after that come chronic diseases, then children’s diseases, especially in first year of life.
    He revealed "large financial allocations for the health sector in the 2023 budget," pointing out that "the Ministry of Health requested 19 trillion dinars ($15 billion), while the government only allocated approximately 10 trillion dinars ($7.5 billion), although this number is the highest allocation." Financially for the health sector in the history of Iraq, but it is not sufficient, as the ministry has more than 220 hospitals, hundreds of specialized centers, and more than 625 thousand human cadres, and on the other hand, imports do not allow it to finance itself.
    He stressed, "The health sector in Iraq needs 15 billion dollars annually to develop the health system, and the number of years required to achieve this depends on the size of what is allocated for projects."

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