“Health is precious and not for sale” – Dagblad Suriname

The government has a responsibility to ensure and continually improve quality healthcare in the country. However, the country relies on importing medicines and medical equipment needed for healthcare. It has often happened that hospitals suffer from a shortage of medicines and medical equipment, as a result of which adequate health care cannot be provided. As the resources were not released in a timely manner by the government, it so happened that the hospitals had to adapt their services and only respond to acute/emergency cases.

Different health complaints experienced can be different. Many young people also suffer from stress at a very early age (due to the economic situation in the country) and suffer from health problems from a very early age. This ensures that they can be less productive at work, or that they are sometimes overworked because they have to occupy multiple jobs in order to survive.

To increase productivity, it is important to have well motivated employees. Starting with raising wages, engaging parties, and respecting and appreciating employees.

In terms of healthcare, the government can make investments by implementing some technological innovations, which can replace outdated methods and machines. Partnership with international organizations such as the World Health Organization (WHO) to gather resources. It is important that government policy is directed towards good access and adequate health care for citizens and to constantly improve this, and above all to act preventively. Because health is precious and cannot be bought.


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