Manama, September 20 (BNA) The Chief Executive Officer of the Information and eGovernment Authority, Mohammed Ali Al-Qaed, highlighted Bahrain’s experience in deploying modern technologies to support the efforts of the national work team through the development of the BeAware Bahrain application framework.
Al-Qaed said that the application is a unique national initiative that Bahrain is proud to share with the world, as it contributes to global efforts to combat the emerging corona virus, while receiving the representative of the World Health Organization office in Bahrain, Dr. Tasneem Atatreh.
The meeting discussed potential cooperation in ICT related projects in the health sector.
He noted the cooperation with the World Health Organization in documenting and presenting the Kingdom’s experience.
The Leader welcomed the increased cooperation with the World Health Organization in conducting and disseminating health surveys and statistics.
The Leader praised the efforts of the various medical teams, which reflect the future cooperation between the authority and health institutions in highlighting the growth of the health sector and keeping pace with global trends.
Atatreh’s visit is in line with the goals that WHO hopes to achieve through its new office in Bahrain, including stronger cooperation with government agencies, international bodies, civic organizations and universities through the provision of technical advice and knowledge sharing.