Qatar presents its health strategy at league meeting
July 02 2019 10:32 PM
Sheikh Dr Mohamed bin Hamad al-Thani speaking at a forum.
Qatar is represented by HE the Director of the Public Health Department of the Ministry of Public Health Sheikh Dr Mohamed bin Hamad al-Thani.

QNA/Cairo

Qatar presented its national strategy for health and environment in line with the Arab strategy on health and the environment during a joint meeting which started Tuesday at the Arab League headquarters to follow up the implementation of the Arab strategy on health and the environment for the period 2017-2030.
Qatar is represented by HE the Director of the Public Health Department of the Ministry of Public Health Sheikh Dr Mohamed bin Hamad al-Thani.
In a statement to Qatar News Agency (QNA) on the sidelines of the meeting, HE Sheikh Dr Mohamed bin Hamad al-Thani said that during the meeting he presented Qatar's national strategy, pointing out that it is consistent with the Arab strategy on health and the environment.
Saeed al-Hadi who is the director of the department of health and humanitarian aid said that the meeting will discuss a number of issues over the next two days, namely the Arab strategy on health and the environment, safe disposal of medical waste and expired medicines, as well as the Arab Ministerial Forum on Health and Environment.
He added that the meeting will review the finalisation of the mechanism proposed by the Joint Technical Secretariat of the Arab Ministerial Forum on Health and Environment and discuss steps taken by Arab Member States to implement the Arab Health and Environment Strategy and its Action Guide (2017-2030).
The participants will discuss ways to implement the Arab Health Ministers' Resolution issued at its 47th ordinary session in March 2017 on the safe disposal of medical waste and expired medicines, as well as discussing the preparation of the Arab Ministerial Forum on Health and Environment to agree on the draft agenda, date and venue of the Forum.



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