Tunisia Health

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In the decades following independence from French colonialism, Tunisia was among the countries with the highest investment in education in the region. This enabled the North African country to introduce important legal changes, such as compulsory basic education, which led to high enrolment and literacy rates. Indeed, according to the UNESCO...

Chapter | Health & Education from The Report: Tunisia 2017

Health care has been a national priority for the Tunisian government since the country gained independence from France in 1956. A focus of continued investment, the health care sector has since seen the development of a nationwide network of public hospitals and health centres, with the country quickly becoming a model in North Africa. The combination of private sector investment and public...

The past two years have seen the Tunisian economy follow a gentle upward trajectory – one that falls short of the pace of expansion needed to reduce poverty and improve the revenue base, but that nonetheless exhibits a marked improvement over previous years.

La Tunisie cherche à moderniser son système de santé à l’aide d’un programme qui met l’accent sur les soins préventifs. Toutefois, les pressions accrues exercées sur la caisse nationale d’assurance maladie (CNAM) risquent de limiter le nombre de malades pouvant bénéficier de ce nouveau système.

 

Over the past decade, the Tunisian pharmaceutical sector has experienced steady double-digit growth at between 10% and 15% a year as a result of increased domestic demand for drugs, emerging export markets and the implementation of a favourable business environment. As a whole, the Tunisian drug sector generated $745m in 2015, with local...

 

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