Nizwa Health City Committee celebrates adoption of Nizwa as a healthy City 

Nizwa: The Nizwa Health City Committee celebrated today the adoption of Nizwa as a healthy city with the aim of promoting health and achieving sustainable development goals. The celebration was sponsored by Her Excellency Dr. Fatima bint Muhammad Al-Ajmiyya, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health for Administrative and Financial Affairs, in the presence of a number of officials.

Dr. Ahmed bin Salem Al-Mandhari, Regional Director for the Eastern Mediterranean Region of the World Health Organization, said: The Healthy Cities Program is one of the main initiatives of the World Health Organization in the Eastern Mediterranean Region, as the healthy cities approach works to achieve more health justice and mitigate the effects of environmental conditions and climate change.

He added that healthy cities are working to accelerate the achievement of health for all by promoting equitable access to high-quality health care services, and creating an environment conducive to adapting a healthy lifestyle that ensures a healthier and more prosperous life for all age groups.

The ceremony included a visual presentation about Nizwa Health City, the signing of partnership agreements between government sectors and civil society institutions, and honoring the partners and supporters of the project.

 

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