75. Israeli Ministry of Health. Health and Health Services in Judea, Samaria, Gaza and Sinai, 1980-1981. A report by the Ministry of Health of Israel presented to the Thirty-fourth World Health Assembly, Geneva. Jerusalem: Israeli Ministry of Health, 1981: 79 pp.

The report presents the Israeli view of the demographic situation, socioeconomic and health conditions and services in the West Bank, Gaza Strip, Sinai and the Golan Heights between 1967 and 1981. Improvements in health conditions and services are claimed and credit is given to Israeli government's health services. Improvements highlighted are:

- Expansion and refinement of specialty and hospital services to include oncology, renal dialysis and vascular surgery.

- Further development of basic public health and primary health care services and advances in public health sanitation, immunization, maternal and child care and other primary care services.

- Qualitative and quantitative improvements in preventive, diagnostic, curative and rehabilitative services.

- Improvements in health manpower staffing and education and in public health education.

- Voluntary health insurance covering 45% of the population of the West Bank and 80% of the Gaza population.