NAJRAN: Najran Gov. Prince Jalawi bin Abdul Aziz bin Musaed has inaugurated the region’s 100-day health projects in the presence of the minister of health, Dr. Tawfiq Al-Rabiah, at the Prince Mishaal bin Abdullah Conference and Events Center.
Al-Rabiah said that the projects, costing more than SR60 million ($16 million), included the establishment and development of primary healthcare centers and the restoration and equipping of hospital units in the region.
He said that the program came within Vision 2030, which aims to raise the efficiency of spending on health services and improve the health sector and its services.
Prince Jalawi praised the efforts of the Saudi government in the health, treatment and preventive services, which he said had contributed to preserving the security and stability of the country and the safety of citizens and residents.
Prince Jalawi and Al-Rabiah also witnessed the signing of community partnership agreements between the Health Ministry, the literary club, and the specialist hospital in Najran.
They also honored the work of health sector workers, community members and the private sector for their efforts during the pandemic.
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