On Thursday 19th September, the President of Central African Republic, H. E. Faustin Archange Touadera, oversaw the official launch ceremony of 10 dominions promoted by the presidency in favour of universal health cover in Central African Republic, at an event that took place in the Presidential palace, where the Ambassador from the Republic of Equatorial Guinea to Central African Republic, Narciso Edu Nsue, was present, together with other figures.
The event, which took place at the Presidential Palace, was attended by the President of the national Assembly, Laurent Gom Baba, and the Prime Minister, head of Government, Firme Ngrebada, and the accredited diplomatic corps in Bangui, among other figures.
Given the importance of the event, various figures added their opinions on universal health cover in Central African Republic. This will bring health services, access to medicines, vaccines and the fight against epidemics, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, the fight against malaria, nutrition, water and sanitation, education for girls, safe maternity and road safety to the population.
Specifically, the Central African Head of State, H. E. Faustin Archange Touadera, pointed out that the aim was to guarantee the health of all Central Africans, and he added that “this universal health cover is the crux of well-being and dignity for all, and access to health services is the basis of peace and must be for all”.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office