Hamdan Medical Award signs Memorandum of Understanding with UAE ‎Congenital Heart Association 07 November 2021
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al-Maktoum Award for Medical ‎Sciences has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with UAE ‎Congenital Heart Association which aims to support and promote the efforts and ‎objectives of the Award to achieve positive and sustainable change in the health ‎sector in the UAE.‎
 
Representing the Hamdan Medical Award, the MOU was signed by H.E Abdullah ‎bin Souqat Executive Director of the Award. It was also signed by Hureya Ahmed ‎Al Ahmed, Chairperson of the Association.‎
 
The aim of the MOU is to enhance cooperation between the two parties, to ‎contribute to spreading health awareness about congenital heart disease among ‎the families of congenital heart patients and all members of society in line with the ‎health plans in the country, and to support health care for this category of ‎patients and to set the values and principles of human health and teamwork as a ‎priority.‎
 
His Excellency Abdullah bin Souqat said that the award was keen, since its ‎establishment, under the directives of the late Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al ‎Maktoum, to enhance ways of cooperation with all national institutions and ‎coordination between the various components of the health system, including ‎governmental and non-governmental institutions, in order to advance scientific ‎research and the health sector in the country.‎
 
He also expressed his happiness with this cooperation, noting that the two sides ‎will prepare a distinguished set of important scientific activities aimed at spreading ‎awareness of congenital heart diseases.‎
 
On her part, Houria Ahmed Al-Ahmad stated that the signing of the MOU with the ‎Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Award for Medical Sciences is part of the ‎integrative partnerships carried out by the Emirates Congenital Heart Association ‎to increase cooperation in various fields related to the enrichment of knowledge ‎about congenital heart disease among patients with congenital heart disease and ‎their families.‎
 
‎ “The partnerships held by the association with various parties reflect the ‎association's strategy in empowering and supporting individuals with congenital ‎heart disease and their families, and to enhance the cooperation and coordination ‎between all parties to provide means of support, in order to achieve overcoming ‎the challenges facing patients and their families and enabling them to coexist with ‎the disease”, she added.‎
 
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