- DHA to implement mechanisms to accelerate the pace of achieving these objectives.
- Continuous evaluation to monitor progress
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, January 8, 2019: Dubai Health Authority(DHA) aims to meet the goals of the Fifty-Year-Charter and eight principles. His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, recently announced eight principles for the future success of the nation. He also published a pledge on Sunday containing nine articles that aim to develop the quality of life and guarantee a better future for generations to come.
HH Sheikh Mohammed named the document the “Fifty-Year Charter”, after his 50th anniversary of starting his first mission in serving his homeland and people.
HE Humaid Al Qutami, Director General of the DHA said that the Fifty-Year-Charter including the nine articles and the eight principles will greatly benefit the population of Dubai and create a happy and healthy community.
Al Qutami said that the DHA is implementing mechanisms to achieve the goals of the Fifty-Year Charter and eight principles, especially the principles that focus on healthcare, economy and community welfare.
Al Qutami discussed this during the seventh quarterly DHA transformation forum that was held today at the Grand Hyatt hotel.
He assured that DHA will work with dedication and commitment to achieve the goals of the charter and the principles.
Al Qutami discussed the importance of continuing the process of achieving the objectives of DHA's strategic plan and he highlighted the importance of teamwork, positivity and innovation.
The DHA's strategic plan will be aligned to the objectives of the charter and the principles. DHA will develop mechanisms and KPI's to measure and achieve these objectives.