World Health Day: the INDH reaffirms its commitment to promoting health

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The National Initiative for Human Development (INDH) reaffirmed, on Sunday, its unwavering commitment in close collaboration with local, national and international partners for the promotion of health which constitutes a fundamental pillar of the development of human capital.

On the occasion of World Health Day celebrated this year under the theme “My health, my right”, the INDH reaffirms its firm determination to continue its efforts in concert with the Ministry of Health and Social Protection, with a view to ensuring that beneficiary populations have equitable access to quality health services, in accordance with the High Guidelines of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, indicates the National Coordination of the INDH in a press release.

In accordance with the vision of its phase III (2019-2023) and through its multiple interventions and programs, the INDH has resolutely invested in improving the health conditions of the Moroccan population, in particular the most vulnerable categories. , underlines the press release, noting that this mobilization resulted in a range of actions aimed at promoting maternal and child health, with a view to improving the conditions of care for pregnant women and raising awareness of good practices in maternity matters (breastfeeding, nutrition, etc.) in order to reduce maternal and infant mortality rates in Morocco.

In the same vein, the INDH has invested in strengthening health infrastructures through the construction, modernization of health infrastructures and the acquisition of ambulances/mobile units in the different regions of the Kingdom, in order to fill the gaps. disparities in access to care in the most remote and disadvantaged regions.

It paid particular attention to people suffering from illnesses and in precarious situations, setting up support and support initiatives while facilitating access to appropriate treatments, such as those undergoing hemodialysis, drug addicts and the sick. suffering from AIDS without resources.

Under the “School Health” intervention area, the INDH has adopted a preventive approach focused on raising awareness and early detection of health problems such as eye and hearing problems often involved in school failure, for the benefit of students enrolled in primary education in rural and peri-urban areas.

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