Saudi Health Council, women’s health association sign MoU boosting collaboration
The Saudi Health Council and the Rufaida Association for Women’s Health signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate in studies and research related to women’s health and the formulation and evaluation of policies and strategies, the Saudi News Agency reported.
The MoU was signed by Chairwoman of the Board of Directors of the Rufaida Association for Women’s Health Princess Moudhi bint Khalid bin Abdulaziz and Saudi Health Council Secretary-General Dr. Nahar bin Mazki Al-Azmi.
Princess Moudhi emphasized the importance of the memorandum, which stipulates collaboration in training health staff, organizing workshops, launching awareness campaigns and conducting research.
She added that the road to supporting women’s health and raising awareness on issues related to it is long and that achieving goals necessitates collaboration among institutions with similar visions.
Al-Azmi likewise noted the significance of collaborating with key players in the field of women’s health, including on projects that contribute to the devising and implementation of policies that will benefit health sectors throughout the Kingdom.