KUWAIT CITY, Dec 11: Director of Fatwa and Legislation Department Advisor Salah Al-Mesad said the sector has completed procedures to replace expatriates with Kuwaitis in administrative positions. He requested Civil Service Commission (CSC) to nominate Kuwaitis for employment in three disciplines, reports Al-Qabas daily.
In a letter, Al-Mesad stated the decision concerning full implementation of Kuwaitization policy is unprecedented within government departments.
He recommended the commission to nominate bachelor degree holders in statistics and diploma holders in law to work in the department. He noted their appointment will boost efforts of the staff in discharging their duties.
He emphasized the essence of statistics in analyzing data to arrive at conclusions and interpretations, and assist in obtaining accurate statistical information. He indicated the department requires no less than 10 university graduates to deal with statistical work.
Meanwhile, Board Chairman of Health Assurance Hospitals Company (Dhaman) Mutlaq Al-Sanea revealed that Daman Health Project is a public-private partnership model, reports Al-Anba daily.
“Dhaman aims to establish an integrated healthcare system to become more sustainable within the publicprivate partnership framework,” Al-Sanea explained in a press statement. Al-Sanea stressed the need to improve health services by developing the indicators of health care to reach the level of excellence on par with international standards, especially those of the World Health Organization (WHO).
He confirmed hundred percent attendance in the extraordinary general assembly held last Thursday, which approved the proposed medical examinations for expatriates in and outside the country to complement the health care system that the company is working on in a bid to integrate all stages of health care for beneficiaries.