Libya

Distribution of first batch of essential medicines to 6 primary health care centres

Essential_medicines_for_primary_health_care_facilities_in_WHO_warehouse_in_Tripoli11 September 2018 – Availability of essential medicines is key in order to ensure access and utilization of primary health care centre facilities by population. WHO in collaboration with the Ministry of Health in Libya has been able to successfully complete the distribution process of first batch of essential medicines to 6 selected primary health care centres which are located in the east, west and south of Libya.

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