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MOH: Two Community Partnership Agreements for Health Development Signed
11 January 2018
Yesterday in his office in Riyadh, the Health Minister Dr. Tawfiq bin Fawzan Al Rabiah signed two community partnership agreements. The first agreement was with Mohammed bin Saedan & Sons Charity to build a 2-million SR center for artificial kidney transplant in Huraimelaa. The second agreement was with Al-Bakiriah peoples committee to accommodate, transport and pay tickets for a number of volunteer consultants in various fields at Al-Bakiriah General Hospital.

Both agreements are part of MOH's present and future agreements with charity organizations, private companies and business executives to open new horizons of partnership between MOH and all components of the community; to secure comprehensive health development which positively enhances people's health across the Kingdom.

It is worth noting that the community partnership is one of MOH's initiatives designed to engage all community components in health development, as well as opening new horizons of productive relationship between MOH and the community to improve citizens' health.






 



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