Posted February 10, 2020 12:16:06A new survey released by the World Health Organization (WHO) found that nearly 40 percent of Egypt’s population lives below the poverty line.
While the country is currently in a period of political turmoil, the WHO noted that the country’s health system remains fragile, with several government agencies unable to provide access to health services.
The report also noted that some drug abuse and addiction disorders have “severely limited treatment options” in the country, with a shortage of affordable treatment options in many areas.
In fact, according to the WHO, the cost of opiate treatments in Egypt is estimated to be as high as $4,500 per month for a person living in a family of four.
However, some of the countries that offer the most affordable opiate medication are in Africa and Asia.
Below are some of Egypt, which is home to some of Africa’s most expensive opiate-addicted countries.1.
Sierra LeoneSource: WHO, http://www.who.int/drug/medicines/opiates/healthcare_opiates.html1.
GuineaBissé is a tropical island nation in the West African nation of Guinea, situated on the Gulf of Guinea.
In 2015, the country recorded an increase in drug-related deaths of 1,946 in 2016, compared to the previous year.
Guinea has also seen an increase of about 500 cases per 100,000 people over the past year.
The country has been plagued by a heroin epidemic that has killed at least 40,000 and forced the country to shut down some drug-trafficking activities.
In 2016, the government issued a national plan to combat drug use and trafficking, focusing on three main areas: combating drug use through prevention, treatment and education, and improving public health outcomes.
The plan also calls for the implementation of the Global Strategy for the Elimination of Drugs (GSEED) to address drug-dealing, smuggling and trafficking through the international community.
In March, Guinea-Boise, the capital of the country and a major port for drug trafficking, declared a state of emergency.
The government has also launched a major crackdown on organized crime and trafficking and is implementing the national anti-corruption campaign.2.
GuineaDjiboutiThe United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has reported that more than 6.7 million people in Djiboutia are suffering from chronic pain, as of January 2018, with more than 4 million suffering from respiratory ailments.
The disease is particularly prevalent in rural areas and is estimated at more than 100,0000 cases.
Since the introduction of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Djeboutia, the prevalence of chronic pain has increased in the region.
In 2016, a total of 779 people died of chronic-pain-related causes in the entire country.
In 2017, the number of deaths due to chronic pain increased to 890.4, with another 2,400 people being hospitalized.
The majority of the cases are related to pain-related conditions.3.
Sierra LeoneseThe largest population of Guinea-Pitcairn Islands (Niger) is located in the northern region of the Kingdom of Mali, which has the highest number of malaria cases and the second-highest rate of malaria deaths in the world.
The African nation is home in part to the country of Niger, which in 2015 had the highest incidence of malaria in the whole of the world, with 1,400 new cases per day.
In May 2018, the Nigerian government announced the creation of a National Emergency Operations Center (NEOC) to provide emergency assistance to the affected areas of the nation, as well as the establishment of a national Ebola response center.5.
Ivory RepublicThe Republic of the Congo is the third most-populous country in sub-Saharan Africa, with an estimated population of approximately 6.8 million people.
The region of Congo has experienced an outbreak of the West Nile Virus (WNV) in the late 1990s and the country continues to experience a high level of poverty.
In 2018, an estimated 7,000 new WNV cases were recorded, which the government has attributed to the WNV virus.
The virus is thought to have originated in a nearby town in South Kivu province.
The WNV is considered one of the deadliest viruses in the history of the human race, killing more than 300,000.1-800-MEDICINE-ADDICTION-P