Strengthening Health System discussion in global conference held by Sheff-WHO

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Strengthening Health System discussion in global conference held by Sheff-WHO

The model of the World Health Organization at October University of Modern Sciences and Literature MWHO received an invitation to participate in the global conference held by Sheff-WHO that simulates a health character in Sheffield, similar to the largest annual meeting of the World Health Organization - the World Health Assembly where the conference was held to discuss the “Strengthening Health System” along with the most important weaknesses and health support for the participating countries,

In order to achieve the status of the most important mechanisms and initial solutions included at the end of the conference in the form of strengths and development of the health system. The conference was held from March 19 to March 21 through the Online Blackboard mechanism, which contributed to the possibility of communication between all participating countries and students from different parts of the world, as the conference hosted nearly 75 countries represented in a professional discussion under a specific timetable during the days of the conference.

 

The participating students from MSA University obtained certified certificates from Sheff-WHO for their efforts and active participation during the days of the conference held on its date.

 

Each of the following participated in this conference:

  • Ahmed Salem (Director General).
  • Mohammed Tarek (AC Head).
  • Tawfiq Ahmed (Secretariat).
  • Mohammed Nabil (Secretariat).
  • Moamn Mohammed (Secretariat).
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