Aisha conducted a session on nepotism in the operation of surgical procedures in hospitals in the Gaza Strip
In partnership with the Aman Coalition for Transparency Aisha conducted a session on nepotism in the operation of surgical procedures in hospitals in the Gaza Strip
to raise awareness about moderation, nepotism and favoritism in the operation of surgical procedures in the Gaza Strip hospitals. This activity comes within the framework of a project to raise awareness of the impact of corruption on human rights, Swasiya program.
The session was opened by Dr. Salama Abu Zaiter, President of the General Union of Health Services Workers, explained the importance of raising awareness about the dangers of nepotism and favoritism in the provision of health services and surgeries, the right to health and women's access to health services.
He pointed out that the interest in the public sector is weak, there is no good follow-up and there is a serious deterioration in the governmental health institutions, With deficiencies in the emergency departments and a lack of public awareness and diagnosis from one doctor to another.
He pointed out the impact of corruption on human rights, the dangers of nepotism among citizens. He stressed the need for a unified system in the health sector and stressed the importance of activating the role of supervision and accountability to guarantee citizens' rights.
He pointed out the importance of raising awareness among health sector workers about the impact of corruption on the right to health, providing the necessary technical support and guidance, providing health services based on the anti-corruption approach and the need to develop clear anti-corruption strategies, increase awareness.