Recommendations of the Arab Forum for Women's Health
The Arab Women’s Health Forum completed its sessions for the second day, at the headquarters of the Arab Administrative Development Organization of the League of Arab States, with the wide participation of representatives of civil society and the medical sector, and the participation of representatives of some Arab countries remotely with the (online) feature, headed by Dr. Mohamed El-Azab, President of the Egyptian Association for a cervical speculum.
During the second day's sessions, part of the remote interviews were allocated with senior specialists in the field of women's health in different Arab countries, and the participants in the forum agreed to cooperate and continue to communicate with them to organize awareness campaigns on women's health, especially cancer diseases, and work to eliminate them.
The participants also praised the presidential initiatives in the field of health represented in the 100 Million Health Initiative and the Women's Health Initiative, and unanimously agreed that the forum should complement the work of this initiative and contribute to its success.
Dr. Mohamed El-Azab, President of the Forum and the Egyptian Society of Cervical Endoscopy, and Dr. Ahmed Morsi, Executive Director of the Presidential Initiative for Women's Health, honored the attendees from various institutions concerned with developing public health and the health sector in Egypt.
It is noteworthy that the Arabs Forum for Women’s Health aims to shed light on cancers that threaten women’s health, especially breast and reproductive system cancers such as cervical, ovarian and uterine cancer, as well as raising the level of health awareness among Arab women to avoid the most common cancers among women, and methods of prevention and early detection. .
The forum was launched last Saturday under the slogan "Women and Cancer: From Prevention to Recovery" under the auspices of the Egyptian Society for Cervical Endoscopy in cooperation with the Arab Administrative Development Organization of the League of Arab States, and in the presence of the Minister of Social Solidarity, Dr. Nevin Kabbaj, Dr. Ahmed Morsi, Executive Director of the Presidential Initiative, and Dr. Haifa Abu Ghazaleh, Assistant Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, and a number of public figures.