Sudan receives a grant of (197) million dollars to combat malaria, AIDS and tuberculosis

The Federal Minister of Health, Dr. Haitham Mohamed Ibrahim expressed global support for Sudan worth $145 million to combat the three diseases, malaria, AIDS and tuberculosis, and to strengthen the health system, pointing to the continuity of global support despite the complex situation in the country.

The Minister of Health, during his reception of a delegation of the Global Support Program to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria from Geneva led by Quentin Daphne, accompanied by Qatar team of experts, explained the importance of combating malaria as a top priority in the health strategy, noting that Sudan was one of the first countries to sign the WHO initiative of (the greatness of the burden to the greatness of the impact).

The Minister praised the response of global support and the provision of the required support to confront the Corona pandemic and its continuity in supporting Sudan to continue combating the three diseases, malaria, tuberculosis and AIDS, at a value of 52 million dollars to refugees and recommended the need to allocate support to ensure the continuity and quality of services provided in the camps and host communities.

For his part, the Director of Sudan’s Global Support Portfolio explained the importance of the reports in the continuity of the flow of support, the most important of which are the reports of local resources and government expenditures for health. He explained that during his visit, he will meet with the Ministry of Finance to agree on the best way to continue combating the three diseases.

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