Kuwait University accredited as a healthy university city by WHO

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Milestone achievement: Kuwait University recognized as healthy city by WHO.

KUWAIT CITY, April 23: In a significant milestone for Kuwait University, the institution has been accredited as a healthy university city by the World Health Organization (WHO). This achievement was announced by the Secretary-General of Kuwait University, Prof. Dr. Fayez Munshar Al-Dhafiri, who also serves as the university’s official spokesman.

The accreditation follows an official visit by a delegation from the World Health Organization to evaluate Sabah Al-Salem University City as a healthy university city. The evaluation took place in Sabah Al-Salem University City – Al-Shaddadiya last December.

Expressing his gratitude, the Acting Secretary-General of Kuwait University, Prof. Dr. Fayez Al-Dhafiri, highlighted the significance of this accomplishment. He emphasized that the realization of the Healthy City Project reaffirms Kuwait University’s commitment to its developmental, cultural, and civilizational mission, dedicated to both the individual and society.

Prof. Dr. Fayez Al-Dhafiri underscored the university’s efforts in achieving regional and global prominence, stating that Kuwait University aims to maintain a solid position in the academic landscape. He thanked all stakeholders for their cooperation, particularly health institutions, whose collaboration was instrumental in meeting the standards and goals of the Healthy Cities Initiative.

Furthermore, he emphasized Kuwait University’s responsibility to advance the educational process and achieve progress through a contemporary and forward-thinking strategic vision. The institution is committed to realizing its future goals while upholding the principles of the Healthy Cities Initiative.

The accreditation as a healthy university city marks a significant achievement for Kuwait University, reflecting its ongoing commitment to fostering a conducive environment for learning, research, and overall well-being within its campus community.

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