Awareness program on consumer culture in Ibra

Ibra: The General Directorate of Social Development in the Governorates of South and North Al Sharqiyah organized today, at the Omani Women’s Association, Al-Haima branch, in the Wilayat of Ibra, an awareness program on consumer culture, in cooperation with the Consumer Protection Department in the Governorate of North Al Sharqiyah.

The program aims to build bridges of cooperation between Omani women’s associations and the Consumer Protection Department in the governorate. With the aim of introducing the roles of the Consumer Protection Authority and the main tasks it performs, and spreading consumer awareness to the community.

The program included the submission of three working papers submitted by the Consumer Protection Department in North Sharqiyah and the Social Development Department in Ibra. The first paper was about “consumer culture”, and the second paper was about “misleading advertisements”, while the third paper dealt with “family budget and savings”.

It is worth noting that the awareness program comes within the plan of the Omani Women’s Associations in North Al Sharqiyah, which targets the local community groups to spread cultural awareness about the roles and tasks provided by various institutions in the public and private sectors.

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