Dr. Dalia Hyzam

The WHO’s SDGs agenda (2015-2030) aims to achieve universal health coverage by monitoring health inequalities between countries or at the country level (SDG3). Nevertheless, health systems in countries passing through political tensions and economic turmoil suffer from the dwindling of medical and non-medical resources. The shortage of trained medical staff and fully functioning health facilities puts lives at risk. Moreover, it adds to the weak information systems infrastructure that leads to the slow and inaccurate exchange of information between health institutions.

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