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WHO presents the budget program for 2024-2025

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WHO presents the budget program for 2024-2025

Mobinet application to be launched soon

During the unveiling of the 2024-2025 budget by the World Health Organization (WHO) country office on March 18, 2024, Mauritius’ Minister of Health, Kailesh Jagutpal, introduced a groundbreaking initiative called Mobinet. This forthcoming mobile application is set to revolutionize health promotion by encouraging healthy lifestyles and facilitating the evaluation of health statistics through the innovative Score Card tool.

The budget program for 2024-2025 is structured around four core pillars: achieving universal health coverage, effectively responding to health emergencies, enhancing the overall health of the populace, and fostering innovation and data utilization. Minister Kailesh Jagutpal underscores that these strategic pillars are meticulously crafted to optimize resource distribution and pinpoint priority areas through comprehensive analysis.

Cooperation between the Ministry of Health and WHO

An essential official document delineating the budget allocation for diverse areas and services is formally signed. « This measure will enhance our operational efficiency and provide all stakeholders and medical personnel with a clear understanding of the progress made and the tasks that lie ahead », affirms the Minister. Meanwhile, Anne Marie Ancia, the WHO Representative to Mauritius, underscores the pivotal role of collaboration between the Ministry of Health and NGOs on various projects, including those related to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

Dr. Ancia emphasizes the imperative of establishing clear priorities for the upcoming two-year period and underscores WHO’s commitment to assisting in the identification of crucial activities. « We are also focusing on allocating available resources effectively to achieve tangible outcomes and establish targets that ensure improved access to quality healthcare for the population », she adds.

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