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Abu Dhabi, 7 April / WAM / Al-Ittihad newspaper confirmed that the UAE will issue global competitiveness indicators in the field of health, a reflection of the importance that the wise leadership attaches to the sector within the country’s development plans, which are based on the fact that community members have access to health care services in accordance with the highest and finest international standards. It constitutes a priority, not only at the national level, but also regionally and globally, as an extension of its humanitarian mission to preserve the safety of humanity.

The newspaper said, in its editorial issued this morning under the title “Health is a right for all,” on World Health Day, which falls on April 7 of each year, the UAE stands out among the most important countries that have been able to build a sustainable health sector that meets the needs and aspirations of members of society, by absorbing the changes. Anticipating challenges and solutions, and possessing an advanced medical infrastructure of hospitals, health centers, research centers, laboratories, and pharmaceutical factories, in addition to providing its institutions with highly qualified medical personnel, and employing technology and artificial intelligence tools in the sector.
Al-Ittihad stressed that the UAE’s excellence in this sector is nationally embodied in the volume of its spending on the health care sector, which is expected to reach 112.7 billion dirhams by 2027, in addition to extending its support to include developing countries and societies, through building health centers and hospitals, and providing supplies. Medical, and partnerships have been concluded with international organizations to combat epidemics and diseases through vaccination campaigns and providing vaccines, based on the state’s belief that health is a right for everyone.

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