//UT started activities for marking the World Health Day

UT started activities for marking the World Health Day

2018-06-23T17:27:23+00:00 April 06, 2018|
On the occasion of April 7, World Health Day, Faculty of Medical Sciences of the University of Tetova, in cooperation with the Student Parliament and the Scientific Group of Students started the activities for marking of this day.

Within the awareness raising campaign about the care and importance that should be devoted to health in general, today they organized a march with the motto “Marching for health” starting from the Rectorate of the University of Tetova to Iliria Square in the city center. Students through this march aimed at delivering a message for overall health and health services, for everyone everywhere.

The coordinator of this activity, Doc. Dr. Arbëresha Bexheti – Ferati, said that the Scientific Group of the Faculty of Medical Sciences, together with the Student Parliament like every year joined the activities of the World Health Organization for mark this day in order to fulfill all activities of this organization. “Like every health institution, today the Faculty of Medical Sciences of our University, together with the Scientific Group and the Student Parliament, we are joining the World Health Organization activity for marking April 7, World Health Day, date on which the World Health Organization (WHO) was formed. The motto of this organization for this year is “Health for everyone” and we deemed it right to start an awareness campaign to inform the citizens about health in general. We have made the utmost effort to implement all the recommendations given by the WHO, for marking all dates that have to do with health. So today all together we marched for health” – said Doc. Dr. Arbëresha Bexheti – Ferati.

April 7, World Health Day marks the founding day of the World Health Organization, which was founded on April 7, 1948 and from that day some 193 countries are members of this organization. The World Health Organization (WHO) is a United Nations organization dealing with public health issues.