Universal Health Coverage Partnership

Country Profile - Tunisia

Tunisia is a country in the Maghreb region of North Africa with a population of 11 million people and a life expectancy at birth of 74 years (males) and 78 years (females).  Tunisia’s government was traditionally centralized and autocratic; following the 2011 revolution, there is a palpable will to change the way of working and take population views, needs, and expectations into account.  WHO is working very closely with the MoH in re-orienting the health sector towards primary health care objectives, taking into accounts the needs of vulnerable population sub-groups, and trying to improve both quality of care anf efficiency of the health system. You can access important planning documents for the country by clicking here.

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Breaking news: Health access hits the headlines in Tunisia

Conflicts, disasters and scandals – all too often, these are the type of stories about the health sector making it into the media …

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Transforming health care in Tunisia with community-driven programmes

Dr Chedly Maksoudi volunteered to participate in the Citizens’ Jury for health because he was concerned that health services were …

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Citizens’ Jury concludes in Tunisia with key recommendations for a 15-year health sector policy and plan

The setting was the soft sand, clear blue skies, and sunshine of the Kerkennah Islands off the southern coast of Tunisia – but instead of …

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Health Reform by and for Tunisian Citizens

"The people have a right and duty to participate individually and collectively in the planning and implementation of their health care." …

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Reports on Road Map Activities

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  • Finalized / In completion
  • On Track
  • Postponed
  • Cancelled
  • Capacity Building

    Renforcer la capacité du MSP dans le dialogue politique

  • Mise en place de structures et lancement du processus
  • 100%
  • Coordination et suivi du processus
  • 100%
  • Capacity Building

  • Définir les méthodes et mécanismes de participation et coordination
  • 100%
  • National Planning

    Etats des lieux

  • Diagnostic de la situation
  • 80%
  • Identification de pistes alternatives de réformes
  • 20%
  • Recrutement de consultants en appui technique de l’état des lieux
  • 100%
  • Meilleur compréhension des attentes et du vécu des citoyens, professionnels et décideurs
  • 100%
  • Réalisation d’études complémentaires pour l’aspect financement de la santé (OASIS, comptes Nationaux en santé)
  • 100%
  • National Planning

  • Etats généraux de la santé
  • 100%
  • National Planning

  • Nouvelle politique nationale de la santé
  • 70%

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Reports View More

Country Report - Tunisia (2015)

Last Updated May 14, 2015

2014 Annual Report Tunisia

Last Updated Dec 01, 2014