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"Corruption seriously damages health." The NAC and the Ministry of Health, Labor and Social Protection have launched a new anticorruption campaign08.04.2019 333 Views
"Corruption seriously damages health" is the title of a new informative and awareness campaign organized under the aegis of the NAC and the Ministry of Health, Labor and Social Protection.
During the campaign, the NAC officers will hold anticorruption training activities with Ministry employees, managers, deputies and lawyers subordinated to the ministry, medical staff from public republican, municipal and district sanitary medical institutions, professorial stuff and medical education institutions.
According to the agreement signed between NAC and MHLSP, anticorruption training will be organized daily during three months (April to June). Trainees will be informed about the prevention and reduction of corruption risks in healthcare institutions, but also about the continuous improvement of the quality of healthcare provided to the population.
The launching event will take place today at 13.00 at the MHLSP headquarters and will bring together the leaders of all medical institutions in the country.
The meeting will be chaired by MHLSP Secretary General, Mr. Boris Gâlcă and the NAC Deputy Director, Ms. Lidia Chireoglo.
The press is invited.