Bahrain: Dr. Tedros Adhanoum Gibrysos, the Director-General of the World Health Organization, praised the strength and resilience of the health sector in the Kingdom of Bahrain, commended the experiences of the Kingdom of Bahrain and its contributions to enriching global best practices, especially in the field of health emergency preparedness and It will be answered in various circumstances, in line with the sustainability of global health goals Technologies, studies and medical researches are developed to combat viruses and epidemics at the regional and global levels.
WHO Director-General of Bahrain’s leading and exemplary experience in health systems, praising the Kingdom’s success in containing the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) as a result of early preparations, and the result of high vaccination coverage, with continuity, Provided basic health services by qualified national cadres, as well as Innovative and innovative methods of handling the pandemic such as checking vehicles, setting up field hospitals and converting a commercial complex into a vaccination centre, in appreciation of the efforts made that reflect the interest of the Kingdom of Bahrain and its high health competence in line with the development goals Sustainability and sustainability of comprehensive health coverage.
This came during a meeting with Her Highness Dr. Jalila daughter of Health Minister Jawad Hassan, on the margins of the Kingdom of Bahrain delegation’s participation in the work of the SAGE meeting held in Geneva.
On her part, the Minister of Health affirmed that the Kingdom of Bahrain takes keen attention to various programs and recommendations of the WHO in order to achieve development goals, pointing to the keenness of promoting joint international work to combat diseases and epidemiological viruses and limit their spread of During activating plans, preventive measures and recommendations aimed at strengthening health systems Support safe vaccine coverage rates and efforts to achieve inclusive health for all.
During the meeting, a number of important topics of mutual interest were discussed that comes within the framework of strengthening the international efforts and goals shared with the World Health Organization to counter and counter fascism and infectious diseases by enhancing proactive, preventive and epidemiological monitoring plans.
In addition to health finance systems, financial and human resources investment, programmes, Health insurance and training.