Somaliland’s Ministry of Health Development has held a meeting to review the results of a survey conducted in the country’s universities that provide medical education, especially physicians, to ensure that they have started implementing the new curriculum.

The meeting was attended by the Director General of the Ministry of Health Development in Somaliland, Dr. Mohamed Abdi Xergeye, director of the Higher Education Commission, director of the HIV/ADIS Disease Control Commission, director of Health Professionals, head of THET, Head of Kings Global Health Partnership, director of the Department of Human Resources, and distinguished guests.

The officials who participated in the meeting  generally praised the efforts of the data collection and the need to have a curriculum that is articulated by the societies that provide health services to improve the knowledge of the students who are studying medicine.

Dr. Mohamed Abdi Xergeye said that it was important to have a unified curriculum that is used by the different universities in the country that offer medical sciences such that able and skilled physicians may be churned out by the institutions and the country as a whole