Austrian companies express desire to invest in Libyan health sector

The Minister of Health, Ramadan Abu Janah, has held talks with the Austrian Ambassador to Libya, Barbara Grosse, on the entry of Austrian companies to invest in the health field in the country, especially in the southern regions. This came during a meeting on Tuesday at the Ministry’s HQ in Tripoli, in the presence of […]

Minister of Health discusses activating agreements concluded with Italy in health field

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Health Ramadan Abu Janah has met with Italian Minister of Health Orazio Schillaci, on the sidelines of the visit of Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni and a number of her government ministers to Tripoli. During the meeting, the two sides discussed activating the agreements previously concluded between the two […]

Libya adopts new mental health strategy with WHO support

The World Health Organization (WHO) and Libya’s Ministry of Health have jointly announced the approval of the National Mental Health Strategy 2024-2030. Following a two-day workshop in Misrata, which brought together mental health experts from across Libya and the WHO, the strategy aims to address pressing mental health challenges by focusing on prevention, early detection, […]

Libyan delegation visits the US to review healthcare cooperation

A delegation from the Ministry of Health of the Government of National Unity visited Washington, DC. to discuss cooperation in the field of healthcare. The United States (US) Special Envoy to Libya, Richard Norland, participated in a virtual discussion via video that brought together the Libyan delegation and American officials, according to a post on […]

Libya seeks cooperation with WHO to develop health sector

Deputy Prime Minister/ Health Minister Ramadan Abu Janah and WHO Representative in Libya, Ahmed Zouiten, discussed cooperation for activating health insurance services across all age groups in Libya. They also debated strengthening Libya’s health sector, launching WHO’s general plan for the next five years, and digitalizing the health system to enable evidence-based decision-making.