NPC discusses supply of quality medicines to Afghanistan
The National Procurement Commission (NPC) discussed supply of medicines and medical products to Afghanistan in its session on Saturday, which is the first one in the Solar Year 1395.
President Ashraf Ghani assigned the Ministries of Public Health, Finance, Justice, Economy, Defense, Interior and other related institutions to provide necessary recommendations to the High Economic Council (HEC) for attracting more investments in health sector.
According to a statement from the Presidential Palace, the HEC will receive the draft for a comprehensive plan for the production of quality medicines in two months.
The NPC sent five contracts for further modification, approved a contract worth 39mn AFN and rejected two others.
In the year 1394, the Commission reviewed 900 contracts out of which 725 contracts worth 136bn AFN were approved.
The Commission saved 14bn AFN in these contracts.
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