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Rs 5bn Approved to Manage Medicine Shortage in KP

Rs 5bn Approved to Manage Medicine Shortage in KP.

KP’s Medicine Woes Soothed! Rs 5 Billion Lifts Shadow of Shortage!

Islamabad, Pakistan: A sigh of relief echoes across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as the province tackles its pressing medicine shortage head-on with a Rs 5 billion lifeline.

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This crucial injection of funds, secured despite tough economic conditions, signals a firm commitment to prioritizing public health.

Breaking Through Financial Barriers:

  • Recognizing the critical lack of essential medicines in hospitals, Health Advisor Dr. Riaz Anwar spearheaded a determined effort.
  • Overcoming budgetary constraints, Dr. Anwar secured the vital Rs 5 billion through Cabinet approval, a testament to the government’s unwavering dedication to public well-being.

Hope Restored, One Pill at a Time:

  • “This funding underscores our unwavering resolve to serve the people,” Dr. Anwar declared, emphasizing the focus on ensuring essential healthcare services.
  • The allocated funds will go directly towards replenishing medicine stocks and settling longstanding arrears owed to suppliers, breathing new life into hospital pharmacies.

A Step Towards Recovery:

  • While the initial requirement stood at Rs 9 billion, this Rs 5 billion boost represents a significant victory in the fight against medicine shortages.
  • It provides immediate relief to patients and healthcare providers, paving the way for a more sustainable solution in the future. #KPHealthHope 

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