The Ministry of Health and Social Services has announced that 82 percent of all active pharmaceuticals and clinical supplies are currently in stock. Nampa reports that a statement issued by the ministry on Wednesday said it has been working hard to address the shortage of clinical supplies and pharmaceutical items experienced in the country, including anti-hypertensives, anti-psychotics, vaccines, some antiretrovirals (ARVs), antiTuberculosis (TB) medications, anti-malaria medicines, contraceptives, intravenous (IV) fluids and surgical and examination gloves. The ministry indicated that the distribution of available supplies to health facilities around the country is ongoing as per orders from facilities. The health ministry’s Executive Director Ben Nangombe stated that the ministry’s aim is to ensure that pharmaceutical and clinical items are available at all times to secure the health of Namibian people.