Joint Meeting of Martyrs, Disabled and Public Health Department Members with Herat Deputy Mayor
Herat's public health officials, members of the Martyrs and Disabled Association met separately with Mina Naderi, deputy mayor of Herat, to collaborate to beautify urban views and public awareness to promote sanitation at fifteen metropolitan areas.
Herat Department of Public Health officials have spoken out about the prevention of coronavirus in urban areas, about the prevention of animal and human diseases, as well as the spread of various diseases through stray dogs, and called for joint public and private partnerships. And the environment has become involved in the fight against diseases.
Mina Naderi, deputy mayor of Herat, said promoting sanitation and public hygiene are essential requirements for urban-level education and said the municipality would be ready to cooperate.
Herat's deputy mayor public awareness of the disease and its prevalence in urban areas is critical and emphasized joint efforts to reduce environmental pollution.
Meanwhile, members of the Herat Martyrs and Disabled Association pledged to further beautify Herat cityscape, paint the street boulevards, and co-ordinate the dilapidated urban affairs of Herat municipal officials during another meeting.