A delegation from the World Health Organization (WHO) office in the Sultanate of Oman today visited Badaa Health Village in the wilayat of Wadi Bani Khalid, Governorate of North Al Sharqiyah.
The visit was made within the context of a programme to follow up initiatives and projects implemented by the Ministry of Health and the WHO in the health field.
The delegation held meetings with the personnel tasked with the project and took note of the progress of the initiative.
The visit was aimed at fostering health awareness among local community members and exploring their opinions and views about the best ways to support and implement such initiatives.
Badaa Health Village is considered the first child-friendly project dedicated to improving the lives of children and supporting them educationally, socially and health-wise. The health village was established in December 2020.
The delegation consisted of Dr. Jean Yaacoub Jabbour, WHO Representative for Oman, and Dr. Hamoud Ali Al Marshoudi, Wali of Wadi Bani Khalid, and other officials.
Source: Oman News Agency