Saudi Health council signs an agreement with the Gulf Health Council

▴ Saudi Health council signs an agreement with the Gulf Health Council.
KSA signs a memorandum with the Gulf Health Counsil to better future.

 With many new changes added recently to better the health condition. The Saudi Health Council marked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Gulf Health Council on ​​research limit building and on arrangements supporting information sharing and availability for wellbeing research.

The MoU was marked within the sight of various senior supervisors and office heads at the General Secretariat of the Cooperation Council for the Arab Gulf Countries in Riyadh.

The Secretary-General of the Saudi Health Council, Dr. Nahar container Mezki Al-Azemi, focused on the significance of the MoU in setting needs to explore in the wellbeing area to improve wellbeing part yields and raise productivity.

Dr. Azemi said that the Saudi Health Council is taking a shot at new guidelines to improve coordination between wellbeing experts in executing national projects to improve wellbeing levels in the Kingdom. This will help the entire Gulf not only just the individual kingdom.

He included that this participation with the Gulf Health Council features the significance of reconciliation between government segments and permits the sharing of involvement with different fields to improve wellbeing administrations in the Kingdom.

This seems to have come to light soon after the outbreak of Viruses which the nations can compact together. The memorandum will help medical and research specialists to co-relate and co-work to find better solutions for the Gulf health issues.

As far as it matters for him, Mr. Sulaiman receptacle Saleh Al-Dakhil, the Director-General of the Executive Office of the Gulf Health Council said that the Saudi Health Council and the Gulf Health Council looked for the most significant level of coordination to create wellbeing rehearses in all GCC nations, sharing encounters and participating in building research capacities.

He said that they are taking a shot at a venture to help information sharing, including that an undertaking will be set to organize look into in the wellbeing segment and advantage from the encounters picked up in malady records for inquiring about purposes in the wellbeing part and wellbeing financial matters.

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