Mongolian Health Minister to cooperate with Tony Blair Associates

Health Minister N.Udval received Lambros
Karavis, a government adviser of Tony Blair
Mrs. Udval highly spoke the actions within
the Implementation Support Program, which
is supported by Tony Blair Associates, in
cooperation with the ministry. Then the sides
touched upon urgent issues of health assistance
and services and of further cooperation in their
Mr. Lambros thanked the Minister for
the cooperation they had received from the
Ministry of Health in examining priority areas
in the Mongolian healthcare system. They had
agreed with Ministry officials to focus on three
areas: (1) improving the services and facilities
of the Family Group Practices offering primary
healthcare in order to reduce overcrowding
at secondary and tertiary level hospitals, (2)
reforming the governance of the Mongolian
healthcare system, and (3) strengthening system
capacity by increasing the proportion and number
of qualified nurses in the system.
Following this, the discussion focused on
ways the Ministry of Health can continue to work
with the joint Mongolian-UK Implementation
delivery team.
The joint Government of Mongolia/Tony
Blair Associates project team has been working
with the Office of the Cabinet broadly to identify
Priorities for Action, including the Reform of the
health-care system.
The joint-team has been working across the
whole of Government to identify priorities for
action in five areas: employment (job creation),
healthcare, education, housing and attracting
FDI (foreign direct investment).


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