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A Roadmap to Achieve Social Justice in Health Care in Egypt

CHILD HEALTH RISKS REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SOCIAL COMMISSION PEOPLE EARLY CHILDHOOD MORTALITY VACCINATION PHYSIOTHERAPISTS STROKE ABUSE VITAMINS PHARMACISTS ANTENATAL CARE QUALITY OF HEALTH CARE PREVENTION LAWS LIVE BIRTHS MORBIDITY HEALTH INSURANCE LEADING CAUSES HEALTH CARE SCHOOL HEALTH LEGAL STATUS HEALTH DEPRESSION DISADVANTAGED” GROUPS PRESCHOOL CHILDREN CRIME SMOKERS HYPERTENSION INFORMATION SYSTEMS HEALTH FACILITIES PUBLIC HEALTH LIFE EXPECTANCY MATERNAL MORTALITY KNOWLEDGE ESSENTIAL HEALTH SERVICES DISABILITIES DIABETES DIETS RURAL POPULATIONS NATIONAL PLANS MINISTRY OF HEALTH DISEASES MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL IRON TRAINING IMMUNIZATION INFECTIOUS DISEASES PATIENTS PATIENT NATIONAL ACTION SMOKING HEALTH SYSTEMS FAMILY HEALTH HEALTH CENTERS PATIENT RIGHTS CITIZEN FERTILITY RATE NURSES FAMILY HEALTH SERVICES ANXIETY HOUSEHOLD INCOME DISSEMINATION HEALTH EXPERTS SERVICE PROVISION MORTALITY RATE FOLIC ACID SCREENING SERVICE DELIVERY GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT MENTAL HEALTH MORTALITY SOCIAL SUPPORT RISK GROUPS MEDICAL TREATMENT RESPECT NUTRITIONAL STATUS PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES CANNABIS DIETICIANS INFANT WORKERS SOCIAL HEALTH INSURANCE SOCIAL JUSTICE QUALITY OF CARE AGED SUBSTANCE ABUSE PATIENT SATISFACTION SURVEILLANCE TEENAGER HEALTH POLICY NATIONAL LEVELS HEALTH OUTCOMES HEPATITIS C UNIVERSAL ACCESS HYGIENE FAMILY PLANNING EARLY CHILDHOOD DISADVANTAGED GROUPS CHEMOTHERAPY CHILD NUTRITION MEASUREMENT PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALS NUTRITION POPULATIONS INJURIES YOUNG CHILDREN WORKSHOPS CITIZENS WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION INTERNET RISK FACTORS MATERNAL MORTALITY RATIO HEALTH SYSTEM OUTPATIENT CARE WEIGHT PHYSICIANS COMMUNICABLE DISEASES PREGNANT WOMEN OBESITY CHILDREN MORTALITY RATIO LIVER CANCER CLINICS WORKING CONDITIONS MATERNAL DEATHS BIRTH ATTENDANTS ADDICTION DISABILITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY POPULATION POLIO EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY LIVING CONDITIONS NUTRITIONISTS NEONATAL MORTALITY UNFPA STRATEGY FERTILITY EPIDEMIOLOGY FAMILIES CHILD HEALTH SERVICES WOMEN MEDICINES REFERRAL SYSTEM FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES HOSPITALS HEALTH INTERVENTIONS ILLNESSES HEALTH SERVICES IMPLEMENTATION MENTAL PREGNANCY INFANT DEATHS BREASTFEEDING NURSING
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Egypt, Arab Republic of
2015-05-19T15:08:12Z | 2015-05-19T15:08:12Z | 2015

This paper lays out a roadmap to achieve social justice in healthcare by prioritizing areas related to service delivery, financial protection, and quality of care. The aim is to assist the Government of Egypt (GoE) in realizing the principle of social justice in the provision of healthcare. In doing so, the roadmap aims to prioritize key areas of focus for Egypt, including describing which existing programs to continue supporting and which new programs to consider for development, all under an integrated and interdependent structure. It is a focused assessment of how the overarching aim of social justice can be achieved in the healthcare sector through an emphasis on improving services for the most disadvantaged groups. This roadmap suggests recommendations that will result in incremental improvements in Egypt’s healthcare system in the short to medium term with a focus on disadvantaged groups. Achievement of these results should situate Egypt on the path to achieving social justice in healthcare in the long term.

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