Dienstag, 20. März 2012

Albanien hat ein besonders schlechtes Gesundheits System, stellt die WHO fest.

Milliarden wurden in das Gesundheits System schon investiert, durch ausländische Organisationen. Merkmal des Albanisches Gesundheits System ist, das viele der gespendeten Apparate, sofort in die privaten Praxen der Ärzte wanderten, welche keinerlei Berufs Etos haben. Krankenschwestern, werden gebrauchte Spritzen aus dem Fenster, tode Babys werden wie Hunde, in den Fluss geworfen, Ärzte und Apotheker, betreiben Diebstahl und Hehlerei der Medikamente, sogar im besten Krankenhaus im Mutter Theresa Krankenhaus. Ärzte verlangen private Honorare usw.. und sind korrupt. Ausländische NGO's, sind direkt an dem Betrug sogar beteiligt, bis hin zu Deutschen Pastoren, die Fake Apotheken, in Albanien betreiben und Büro's. Die Ausbildung ist so schlecht, das es Studenten Demontrationen gibt, und 60% die Prüfungen für die Krankenschwestern nicht bestehen. Parteibuch Idioten werden Professoren, Krankenhaus Direktoren, oft von der Ilir Meta Partei LSI. Die gesamte Hochschul Ausbildung ist ein Witz, wie jeder Student erzählen kann. Der Gesundheits Minister P. Vasili, hat die einzige Firma, welche Krankenhaus Material herstellt!

0 Mar 12 / 09:47:03
Albanians Short of Doctors, WHO Says
Data published by the World Health Organization, WHO, show that Albania has the lowest number of doctors per capita in the region.
Besar LIkmeta
According to the WHO Health for All Database Albania has only 115 doctors per 100,000 citizens. The country with the highest number of doctors in the Balkans is Bulgaria, with 369 doctors per 100,000 citizens.

Serbia has 284 doctors per 100,000 citizens, Croatia 226, Macedonia 262, Montenegro 207 and Bosnia and Herzegovina 167. According to the WHO the European Union average is 330 doctors per 100, 000 people.

The World Bank is running a project to strengthen Albania’s health system, which has seen limited structural reform in the past two decades. Restructuring and organizational reforms have lagged behind actions in most other countries of the region.

According to the University of California's Atlas of Global Inequality, health care spending and number of physicians per 100,000 citizens are considered key indicators of the state of healthcare.

The World Bank notes that public expenditure on health in Albania remains low by regional and international standards, estimated at 2.5 per cent of GDP or $65 per capita every year.

Even such financing the World Bank underlines is highly fragmented, with frequent shifts in financing responsibilities between central and local governments, while the Health Insurance Institute plays only a marginal role.

Fule annuls visit to Tirana; Albania out of the European agenda

b_95_75_16777215_0___images_Politika_stefan-fule.gif The European Union has definitely excluded Albania from the European agenda as it has distanced itself away from anti-western government of Premier Berisha. After the President of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso, Philip Gordon and Ashton, it is the Commissioner for Enlargement Stefan Fule who anulled his planned visit to Tirana. Sick and tired of Premier Berisha and the Albanian political class in general, the Commissioner Fule held a visit in Macedonia and Kosovo on the integration process of the two countries, while Albania was once again erased from his agenda. 

During his meeting with Gruevsky, Fule called for the process of reforms and EU-Macedonia dialogue to continue. 

But for the first time Fule did not mention Albania at all. Meanwhile, Fule’s spokesperson Peter Stano said a few days ago that the commissioner should at least visit Tirana for once.
“His visit planning is scheduled so that the commissioner will visit at least once the countries under his purview. The same logic can be used in Albania’s case, on which we are planning a visit of the commissioner, but the exact date has not been said yet. As mentioned, this month he will visit Skopje and Prishtina”, said Stano.  

Annulling Fule’s visit in Tirana is done at a time when Brussels refused to give Berisha’s government candidate status for the third time in a row, as a sign to condemn his greed of institutional gripping and installing corruption in the country. As a matter of fact, Brussels definitely excluded Albania from the agenda on the very wake of 21 January government ordered murders. 

While claiming EU candidate status, Premier Berisha ordered the killings of innocent protesters in the middle of the boulevard. Since 21 January, Premier Berisha has neither been received nor visited by any European political figure. A few days before 21 January, Fule addressed Berisha a letter appealing him to start the dialogue with the opposition and to implement the 12 critaria. As many other letters, and appeals, that letter was not followed by any reply. 

 No one to visit Premier Berisha

The European Union does not recognize Sali Berisha as a Prime Minister of Albania, while the third refusal was a clear message for him resign and pull out. The last visit of the Premier in Brussels was a humiliating record as he was not received by no one. Not only was the Albanian Premier not received by any European political figure, but he was not even expected by the porter of the edifice where the PPE summit took place. He went to Brussels to say that Serbia deserved the candidate status and the one to blame for the Albanian failure was Edi Rama.
Yet, being ignored by Barroso, Ashton, and lately Philip Gordon, is a clear message of disapproval.

Fule annuls visit to Tirana; Albania out of the European agenda
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