MUSCAT: The Ministry of Health (MoH) on Thursday signed two agreements with the Oman Liquefied Natural Gas Development Foundation (Oman LNG) at the ministry’s headquarters. Dr Darwish bin Saif al Maharbi, MoH Under-Secretary for Administrative and Financial Affairs signed the agreements on behalf of the Ministry and Khalid bin Abdullah al Musan, CEO of Oman LNG Development Foundation signed on behalf of the company.
The first agreement stipulated establishes a play zone for Al Massarah Hospital at a cost of RO 36,951.
The second agreement stipulated on purchases two cardiotocography (CTG) devices for Ibri Hospital at more than RO 14,200.
Dr Darwish al Maharbi stressed in a statement on the importance of partnership between the government sector and other sectors for the public interest. He also praised the initiative of the Oman LNG in supporting the health services.
Dr Al Maharbi pointed out that signing these agreements came within the strategic partnership to achieve the common good, in which the Oman LNG adopted to promote the community services and development projects.