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MoHP launches 2nd phase of initiative
By A Staff Reporter July 04, 2018
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DUBAI: The Ministry of Health and Prevention, represented by the Department of Health Education and Promotion, launched the second stage of the ‘Healthy and Positive Environment Initiative2018’ at the Ministry of Infrastructure Development in Dubai as part of its bid to promote happiness and positivity in local society.  The initiative seeks to create a supportive health environment to help employees adopt healthy habits and lifestyles as well as increase their health awareness.

The initiative targets the employees of 15 federal and local government entities across the country.
 

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