Interview: Jade Salhab Senior – Private Sector Development Specialist, World Bank Tunisia

Jade Salhab, senior private sector development specialist at World Bank Tunisia, discusses the impact of the public-private dialogues initiated by his organization in Tunisia, and the additional measures needed to improve healthcare outcomes in Tunisia The World Bank, in response to a request from the government of Tunisia, facilitated a series of public-private dialogues (PPD) in the country starting 2013, Why was such an initiative necessary, specifically in relation to the Tunisian pharmaceutical sector?
"If Tunisia wants to be a leading country in terms of exports in the pharmaceutical sector it needs to continue along the lines of what is currently being done in the PPD."
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