Health Minister launches first e-management system of medicine stocks in Libya

healthcare - June 16, 2022

The Deputy Prime Minister of the Tripoli-based Libyan government and Acting Minister of Health, Ramadan Abu Janah, yesterday launched of the first electronic management system of the Libyan state’s medicine stocks.

At the launch, Prime Minister Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba expressed his thanks and appreciation to the General Information Authority for implementing the project and stressed the keenness of his government to move forward to support the health sector and achieve comprehensive health coverage.

The Minister of Health clarified that the electronic medicine stock management system will contribute effectively to controlling the supply, distribution and storage of medical supplies, as well as providing an integrated mechanism for the implementation of the state’s public tender electronically. The system provides an interconnected electronic system that can be accessed through the national data network.

It also allows direct exchange of information and statistics between the Ministry of Health, health facilities and the medical supply system, according to reports that help the decision maker to provide the necessary medical care for citizens.

The system provides a comprehensive mechanism for the pharmacy management at the Ministry of Health, with regard to the distribution and dispensing of medical supplies and equipment in cooperation with the medical supply system.


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