The social development sector review a report on the performance of the national fund of medical supplies

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The social development sector review a report on the performance of the national fund of medical supplies

 The The social development sector reviewed on Wednesday morning 14/ March/ 2018 in a meeting of the council of ministers led by prof/Sumya Abo Kushwa, vice-chairman of the Council of Ministers of Higher Education and Scientific Research Minister a report on the performance of the national fund of medical supplies for the year 2017 m submitted by dr/ fardos Abdel Rahman Youssef, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Health.
The report pointed out that the objectives of the Fund, which consisted in achieving food security and national pharmaceutical secure health units in the public sector of medical product, quality and price in the mamounia common throughout the country.

The report noted the high abundance of types of specialized treatment programs that include the types of emergencies and accidents in hospitals beside the Fund continues to increase storage capacity according to high quality specifications and accommodate the horizontal and vertical expansion and medical supplies distribute medicine in all hospitals and health units in different States non-profit rates as well as the citizen's access to medication through the windows of the direct sale to the public in pharmacies supplies the report explained the Fund's approach in the use of information technology in the development of administrative and technical work and the application of electronic administration in all its dealings as well as to the implementation of the e-procurement and supply system of shipping and delivery.

On the other hand, the private sector reviewed the memorandum of understanding in the field of higher education and scientific research between the Republic of the Sudan and the Islamic Republic of Mauritania beside a reminder of understanding in the field of education between the Government of the Republic of the Sudan and the Government of the Republic of Turkey.