Dr Ahmed bin Salim al Mandhari, senior consultant doctor and director common of Quality Assurance Centre at the Ministry of Health has been nominated as the regional director of World Health Organization Eastern Mediterranean Region (WHO-EMRO). This contains 22 nations.
The election was held in Geneva at the WHO headquarters in the presence of WHO director common, the ministers in the area along with a quantity of permanent delegates to the UN in the area. Electing of the sultanate’s candidate affirms the efficiency of the Omani cadres, as nicely as the respect and appreciation enjoyed by the sultanate in the international levels. Five nations competed for the position.
The Omani candidate got the highest votes. This achievement is the very first-of-its-sort for the sultanate due to the efforts and the regional and international recognition. The credentials of the elected candidate will be presented at the session of the Executive Board, which will be held on May 27.
Information Source: Muscat Daily