Sunday, November 27, 2016
Kabul (BNA) The United Nation’s health section to assist deputy ministry on youth affairs of the Ministry of Information and Culture in healthcare services to the country’s youth, BNA reported.
According to the agency, Dr. Kamal Sadat acting minister of information and culture and deputy minister on youth affairs discussed youths’ healthcare services with the UN’s health affairs in charge Abdul Sabor Mohmand here yesterday.
Both sides discussed to expand the health services across the country. The programs had already began in Dasht-e-Barchi area of Kabul, the agency added. According to acting minister of information and culture, Dr. Kamal Sadat, the program would soon began in Microrayon area of Kabul and would be expanded to Takhar, Balkh, Herat, Nangarhar and Kandahar provinces. Based on the program, the youth would share their health related problems with the doctors, where separate doctors of male and female would be available. Those youths who need to be treated would be introduced to the hospitals, while the others would be advised by the professional physicians. The programs is one of the initiatives of the deputy ministry on youth affairs and is being supported by the UN office in Kabul and the Ministry of Public Health. A separate consultancy line of 120 has also been established where the youths can share their problems with the healthcare professor through the phone.