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Minister Deputy Minister Secretary Director General
Hon. Dr. Rajitha

Hon. Faizal Cassim Mr. Anura Jayawickrama Dr. P G

OUR VISION: A healthier nation that contributes to its economic, social, mental and spiritual development. ...more

69th Session of the WHO Regional Committee for South East Asia

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Over the years, World Health Organization (WHO), in collaboration with the World Bank and other donors, has supported the government’s National Health Development Plan across thematic areas in addressing maternal and child health nutrition, prevention and control of non-communicable diseases and health system improvements as well as support for innovation, results monitoring, project appraisal and capacity-building in the health sector. Continuation of such work would be essential in our effort to further strengthening our national health programmes beyond the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and towards attaining Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


SPMC donates 3.8 million worth medical equipment

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National Kidney Diseases Prevention Work Shop

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Expert discourse on prevention of National   Kidney Diseases , organized by Presidential Task Force on prevention of National   Kidney Diseases started on 16th December 2015 at Galle Face Hotel under the patronage of Minister of Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine, Hon. Dr. Rajitha Senaratne.

World Excellence Award for Prevention of Smoking

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The Global Excellence Award for prevention of smoking was presented to the Minister of Health Hon. Dr. Rajitha Senarathna at the Water’s Edge, Baththaramulla recently. The award was presented by World Health Organization to honor the excellent service rendered by him in the prevention of smoking.

25% of Sri Lankan population will become elderly by the year 2025

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According to Dr. Rajitha Senarathne, Hon, Minister of Health, 25% of the population of Sri Lankan will become elderly by the year 2025. He further stated that, if these precious lives bec ome subjected to cerebral palsy and bone disease, the percentage of disabled persons will inevitably increase.

The Minister made these comments at the commemorative ceremony held at the Rheumatology and Rehabilitation Hospital, Ragama in relation to the World Disability Day, which fell on the 3rd of December. The Rheumatology and Rehabilitation Hospital, Ragama is the only dedicated hospital in Sri Lanka for rehabilitation of patients with disabilities due to loss of limbs and spinal injuries.

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