Germany, Canada, USAID Reiterate Long-Term Cooperation with MoPH - Ministry of Public Health Afghanistan

Germany, Canada, USAID Reiterate Long-Term Cooperation with MoPH

Germany, Canada and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) while signing three partnership protocols with Afghanistan’s Ministry of Public Health (MoPH)have expressed their long-term commitments in supporting the health sector of Afghanistan. 

The partnership protocols was signed between Afghan Public Health Minister Dr. Suraya Dalil, USAID Head of Mission for Afghanistan Mr. Ken Yamashita, Deputy Ambassador of Germany Mr. Owcza and Ambassador of Canada Mr. Glen Davidson here in Kabul on Monday.

The main goal of these protocols are to strengthen capacity of the MoPH for implementation of policies, strategies, programmes, projects and activities, and to establish a stronger and more effective and efficient use of development partners’ support for the health care system in order to meet the health needs of the Afghan people.

Based on commitments of international community pledged in Tokyo conference, these three partnership protocols was signed with Germany and Canada USAID, said Dr. Suraya Dalil, Minister of Public Health  to the mediamen.

She added in accordance with the protocols, these three international Health partners of Afghanistan are committed to provide technical and financial support for a long-term towards the health development programs in the country.

While emphasizing on continued cooperation with the Afghan government, USAID Head of Mission for Afghanistan Mr. Ken Yamashita, said, over the past decade, together with Afghan government gained significant achievements in delivering of health services in Afghanistan.

“In the future under the any conditions, USAID is also committed to support the health sector of Afghanistan for a long-time, he added.

Meanwhile Deputy Ambassador of Germany Mr. Owcza and Ambassador of Canada Mr. Glen Davidson express their further cooperation in providing technical and financial support with Afghan Government, said their  countries have assisted many health project in Afghanistan during past decade.