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December 11, 2019

Ceremony for introduction of health standards

First Lady Daw Su Su Lwin looks at the poster displayed at the ceremony for introduction of health standards. Photo: MNA
First Lady Daw Su Su Lwin looks at the poster displayed at the ceremony for introduction of health standards. Photo: MNA

A ceremony for the introduction of health standards compiled to effectively and broadly carry out the sharing health knowledge among the people and a ceremony for the opening workshop was held in MICC-2 in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday morning.
Present at the meeting were First Lady Daw Su Su Lwin, Pyithu Hluttaw Representative, Union Ministers of Information, Education and Health and Sports and their wives, responsible officials from related ministries, heads of public health departments of Regions and States, representatives from national health teams, UN organisations, INGOs and NGOs, civil societies and invited guests.
At the ceremony, the message sent from the State Counsellor was read out by Dr. Pe Myint, Union Minister for Information. Afterward, Dr. Myint Htwe, Union Minister for Health and Sports said, “So as to lift up the health standards of the public, three special priority projects are being implemented. Adaptability of curriculums and syllabus of medical institutes, its related universities, two nursing universities, and 50 midwife training schools are being made. Similarly keeping medical ethics, nursing ethics and development of teachers’ skills and acquisition of enabling teaching environments are being prioritized. In addition, Dr. Stephen Paul Jost, resident representative of World Health and Ms. June Kunugi, resident representative of UNICEF made speeches and posed for a documentary photo together with those present at the ceremony.—MNA

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