CAIRO, March 2 (KUNA) — Arab health ministers meet in Arab League’ Secretariat General on March 10-11.
The Arab League said in a statement that the meetings will be headed by Libya with participation from Syria, Qatar, Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt, Djibouti and Saudi Arabia.
The meetings on next day will be headed by Lebanon and will tackle vital health issues, including Swine flu and financing other health alternative services and development of the Arab Health council.
The meetings will highlight a number of technical issues, among them first aid, health care, and the implementation of family physicians and nursing.
The meeting will also review a number of reports presented by the Health council and follow up centers.