A long civil war and sporadic and violent conflict with Israel severely undermined Lebanon's health infrastructure. Only 10% of healthcare is provided by the public sector. The country has some of the best health indicators in MENA (Middle East North Africa). Lebanon has the 29th highest amount of doctors per capita and a high number of hospital beds per capita. However many of the poorest in the country do not have access to health care, and primary health care is underdeveloped. Access to drugs in Lebanon is good, although the Minister of Health in 2005 said that prices in the country were too high compared to regional neighbours. The government inflates the price of drugs by levying a 5% tariff on imported medicines.