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Government, Social Services

National Fund, Social Security, civil war, neighboring countries, Lebanese

Severely disrupted during the civil war, government-provided social services have been generally restored. About half of all Lebanese are covered by some form of public insurance, which is managed by the National Fund for Social Security and the Cooperative of Public-Sector Employees. The rest of the population receives service from the ministries of Health, Social Affairs, and the Displaced. The quality of health care in Lebanon is high, and its facilities attract patients from neighboring countries.



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National Fund, Social Security, civil war, neighboring countries, Lebanese, social services, population, Lebanon, Social Affairs, patients, rest, government, quality of health care, facilities

 
 

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