Education & Health

Kuwait Education & Health 2013
The Ministry of Education is moving ahead with plans to develop schools on a public-private partnership basis in order to deal with pressure from the country’s rapidly expanding youth population. Kuwait’s health care industry is also on the verge of a major period of development and expansion. The planned establishment of an independent regulatory body in the near future is a sign of market maturation. While the Ministry of Health will likely continue to play a central role for years to come, particularly in terms of health care provision for nationals, the private sector is increasingly active, and could potentially serve as a major foreign direct investment draw over the course of the coming decade. This chapter contains an interview with: Adnan A Shihab-Eldin, Director-General, Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences.
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