- Health Card (3/48 articles) shed light on the parliamentary Finance and Budget Committee asking about the progress of the health card project. This project, related to Universal Health Coverage, will include, reportedly, health number that includes each person’s complete medical file and medical history.
- Road Safety (2/48 articles) showcased the issue of traffic fines in Lebanon which are considered one of the highest in the region. Another article reported on removing speed bumps in Kosba, northern Lebanon.
- Ministry of Public Health (2/48 articles) reported on the ministry launching a vaccination campaign to reach out to all Lebanese, especially children. Another article highlighted the Minister, Ghassan Hasbani, promising to identify and prosecute all violators in health sector.
- Pharmaceutical (1/48 articles) shed light on drug producers in Lebanon who are calling on the government to extend support to help their sector in facing significant international competition.
- Obesity (1/48 articles) highlighted a commentary discussing how obesity is threatening children’s health the Middle East and putting them at risk of Type 2 diabetes, asthma and heart failure.
- Food Safety (1/48 articles) showed a new FAO report stating that mankind's future ability to feed itself is in jeopardy due to intensifying pressures on natural resources, mounting inequality, and the fallout from a changing climate.
- Child Protection (1/48 articles) covered the launch of the joint EU-UNICEF Child Rights Toolkit. The aim of the toolkit is to be a go-to guide for governments, NGOs and other local and national actors to integrate child rights into policies and projects.