South Kazakhstan region's Governor proposed to open WHO faculties in educational institutions
The Governor of South Kazakhstan region had an official meeting with representatives of the World Health Organization.
At the meeting of Zhanseit Tuimebayev, Governor of South Kazakhstan region with representative of the World Health Organization (WHO), head of the country office in Kazakhstan Oleg Chestnov and the national coordinator of the country office Saltanat Yegeubayeva, the sides discussed issues of public health and social status, as well as joint activities with the international organization, BNews.kz correspondent reports with reference to the press service of the Governor’s Office of South Kazakhstan region.
The Governor acquainted the guests with the economic and social situation of the region, as well as expressed the readiness to a joint work with the international organization. At the same time, the Governor of the region proposed to open a faculty of the WHO and the Centre of the Commonwealth. In addition, he noted that necessity to continue strengthening of common relation with the international organization.
"Our region occupies the first place in Kazakhstan in terms of natural population growth, therefore, compared to other regions in South Kazakhstan, there are many people who seek medical help. And in connection with this, a number of medical facilities are being built in the region under the support of the state. In turn, together with you we intend to strengthen a healthy lifestyle using modern technologies," said Zhanseit Tuimebayev.
In turn, Oleg Chestnov expressed the readiness to a joint work, and proposed to conclude a special memorandum. Also, the guests underlined that in the coming days, a range of research work will be held in the sphere and will start to develop projects.