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Mohammed Al-Sharhan Lauds the Service Provided at the MOH Pavilion in Janadriyah
18 February 2012
   The renowned narrator, Mohammed Al-Sharhan, has acclaimed the services provided at the MOH Pavilion in Janadriyah. He said, “Health receives unstinting support from the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, May Allâh protect him. And the Ministry of Health, indeed, has been blessed with an enthusiastic knowledgeable minister; namely Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabeeah.”
 
Al-Sharhan made this announcement last Tuesday during his visit to the MOH Pavilion at Jandadriyah Festival, where he underwent a number of medical examinations (diabetes, optometry, and osteoporosis), and met with a number of the health workers at the pavilion.
 
On a related matter, the Media Production Department, under the MOH Media, Relations and Health Awareness General Department, participates in the National Festival of Heritage and Culture (Janadriyah 27), for the first time, with a number of awareness programs and documentaries prepared at the MOH Studio, in addition to making interviews with the Festival's visitors.
 
As part of the activities of Janadriay National Festival of Heritage and Culture, besides, the theater annexed to the MOH Pavilion was heavily attended by visitors, who promptly interacted with the entertainment, cultural and educational activities, as well as the competitions and awards provided by the MOH Pavilion.
 
For his part, the supervisor of the theatre activities, Mr. Mohammed Al-Talhah, said, “The theatre activities vary on a daily basis, by providing a diversity of entertainment and cultural competitions as well as the dramas oriented to children and young people in the first place. Among the performances recently embraced by the MOH Theatre was the operetta known as "My Homeland" (Watani), in addition to an awareness drama, an educational competition, and a number dramas targeting children.”
 
Furthermore, the theater embraced various lectures on oral health, first aid, treatment of burns, harms of tobacco-use, diabetes, blood-pressure diseases and obesity. Meanwhile, a number of educational competitions were organized, whereupon numerous gifts were distributed, such as diabetes and blood pressure measuring devices, aside from several purses. The Festival's visitors, on their part, promptly and pleasantly interacted with all such interesting and useful activities.
 



Last Update : 18 February 2012 05:19 PM
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