Tunisia Health

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Which strategies have to be implemented in order to improve the medical coverage in Tunisia?

 

As the country grapples with high unemployment rates among graduates, the government is looking to reform Tunisia’s higher education system to improve standards and ties with private businesses. Tunisia recently rolled out a 10-year educational development plan known as the Strategic Plan for the Reform of Higher Education and Scientific...

 

A national priority since independence, Tunisia’s health care system has been the focus of continued public investment that has seen an extensive network of public hospitals and health centres established nationwide. In recent years, however, the country’s private health care sector has taken the lead in investment, with the construction of...

 

In the aftermath of decolonisation, Tunisia was among the top investors in education in Africa, promoting socio-economic development and boosting human capital, which led to rapid progress in literacy, access to primary education and high enrolment figures. Today, the authorities are focusing on overhauling the educational and vocational...

Chapter | Health & Education from The Report: Tunisia 2016

A national priority since independence, Tunisia’s health care system has been the focus of continued public investment that has seen an extensive network of public hospitals and health centres established nationwide. In recent years, however, the country’s private health care sector has taken the lead in investment, with the construction of new clinics intended to make the country into a...

Tunisia has been going through a watershed period in its modern history, with the revolution of 2011 bringing much-needed change and reform. While the country has avoided much of the instability of the wider region, it has nonetheless undergone a spell of turbulence, testing the country’s newly found democratic bonds.

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