It was organised in partnership with Ministry of Health (MoH) and World Health Organization (WHO).
The programme aimed to point out some of the frequent unhealthy dietary behaviour in the neighborhood neighborhood, equipping participants with important abilities in communication, awareness, and health education by means of implementation of versatile, seamless, and sensible models in advertising wholesome behaviour.
It also looked to allow the health personnel to marketplace strategic objectives, therefore influencing targets’ nutritional behaviour. The programme came as a outcome of the National Nutrition Survey performed in 2017, which showed the prevalence of malnutrition issues in the sultanate. Also, the survey revealed that most of the prevailing nutritional issues amongst the population want an intensive intervention to be resolved.
The training programme was organised to improve the efficiency of communication to the citizens and to determine sensible and straightforward behavioural options, aiming to realize the habits of the neighborhood communities to develop impactful and efficient messages.
Al Jisr Foundation believes in the significance of boosting graduates’ talents by engaging job seekers and the graduates in neighborhood initiatives and projects. Therefore, it believes in supplying an chance for youth to develop a good effect, such as them as focal volunteers in upcoming stages in the National Nutrition Campaign. The programme involved lectures, discussion sessions, workshops, field visits, and so on.
Information Source: Muscat Daily