Dubai Government Workshop (DGW) effectively organized an educational seminar aimed at increasing awareness about viral hepatitis. The move is part of DGW's persevering with support for Dubai Health Authority's (DHA) 'Dubai without C' campaign, which looks towards making the public more aware about the disease and how to completely get rid of it in the UAE. The initiative falls in line with the set desires and targets of National Agenda 2021, which also includes efforts to create a world class complete health care system. It also displays DGW`s deep sense of responsibility towards society and humanity through offering ultimate help to all national initiatives that aim at serving the Emirates society.
Fahad Ahmed Al-Raeesi, Deputy CEO of Dubai Government Workshop, said, "This workshop that we conducted demonstrates our deep-rooted and firmly established commitment to protect the community and humanity as a whole. It also represents a robust push in the unified efforts to increase awareness about viral hepatitis--its early diagnosis, treatment and learning about the risks of not getting perfect treatment. This move is in accordance with the 50-year strategy and in compliance with the UAE wise leadership's directives to position the country as a premier provider of the most unique and best quality of life in the world."
He mentioned that the DGW is proud to be part of the 'Dubai without a C' campaign--reflecting a key step forward in the move to work as one group directed to gain happiness, prosperity and growth. The duty falls on all segments of society and all sectors in order to obtain the desires of the national agenda 2021.
"We value the fruitful efforts and cooperation between all involved parties to make this campaign a massive success. In fact, we comment DHA's initiative, beneath the UAE's wise leadership, to spare no effort to make our people the happiest on earth and acquire welfare of the society. We stay assured that this campaign, which tackles an essential health issue, is addressed properly. Rest guaranteed that we are committed to expand awareness to our staff as their safety is our priority. We strongly trust in our role and duty towards society as well as promoting the preventive issue to defeat the disease. This is only achievable through educating our people of the significance of early diagnosis and treatment and learn about the risks of not getting treated," concluded Al-Raeesi.
The workshop included conducting medical examinations and educational lectures on the causes and symptoms of the disease and methods to stop it, in addition to distributing educational brochures and pamphlets to embody the concerted joint efforts between the various government departments and institutions in Dubai, labor groups and all Dubai residents and citizens.