Executive Council meeting at Ministry for Health

On 18th April, the Minister for Health and Social Welfare, Salomon Nguema Owono, oversaw a meeting of his department’s executive, with a total of four points on the agenda focussed on improving the health system.

The work took place in the meeting room in the ministry, and was attended by the Vice-Minister, the Secretaries of State, and the executive.

The four documents presented for study were a ministerial order, Law Number 3/2013, of 18th November, which sets out the regulations for the importance, sale and rational use of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances in the Republic of Equatorial Guinea.

The second document dealt with the programmatic framework for the Ministry for Health, and presented a number of actions of greater impact for society and health.

The third document referred to the Ministry of health technical committee, and the fourth were the technical guides for the supervision, monitoring and performance of structural accounts.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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Executive Council meeting at Ministry for Health

On 18th April, the Minister for Health and Social Welfare, Salomon Nguema Owono, oversaw a meeting of his department’s executive, with a total of four points on the agenda focussed on improving the health system.

The work took place in the meeting room in the ministry, and was attended by the Vice-Minister, the Secretaries of State, and the executive.

The four documents presented for study were a ministerial order, Law Number 3/2013, of 18th November, which sets out the regulations for the importance, sale and rational use of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances in the Republic of Equatorial Guinea.

The second document dealt with the programmatic framework for the Ministry for Health, and presented a number of actions of greater impact for society and health.

The third document referred to the Ministry of health technical committee, and the fourth were the technical guides for the supervision, monitoring and performance of structural accounts.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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