Clean Care is Safer Care

Eastern Mediterranean countries statements


Afghanistan

Committed to address health care-associated infection
10 April 2012 - Kabul, Afghanistan


Bahrain

Committed to address health care-associated infection at the launch of the Global Patient Safety Challenge
13 October 2005 - WHO HQ, Geneva, Switzerland


Egypt

Regional workshop on patient safety and infection control and national inauguration of "Clean Care is Safer Care"
6-8 May 2008 - Cairo, Egypt


Islamic Republic of Iran

Launch of the First Global Patient Safety Challenge "Clean Care is Safer Care"
7 May 2007 - Tehran, Iran


Jordan

Inauguration of the Global Patient Safety Challenge "Clean Care is Safer Care"
16 August 2007 - Amman, Jordan

Kuwait

Committed to address health care-associated infection
22 October 2007- Kuwait


Lebanon

Committed to address health care-associated infection
3 May 2012 – Beirut, Lebanon


Oman

Launch of the Global Patient Safety Challenge 2005-2006
4 December 2006 - Muscat, Sultanate of Oman


Pakistan

Launch of the First Global Patient Safety Challenge "Clean Care is Safer Care"
29 October 2007 - Islamabad, Pakistan


Qatar

Committed to address health care-associated infection at the event "Conference on Patient Safety: Infection Control"
2 September 2007 - Abu Dhabi, UAE


Saudi Arabia

Committed to address health care-associated infection at the launch of the Global Patient Safety Challenge
13 October 2005 - WHO HQ, Geneva, Switzerland


Tunisia

The Minister for Public Health committed to address health care-associated infection
23 September 2011, Tunis, Tunisia


United Arab Emirates

UAE signing their Clean Care statement

Launch of the Global Patient Safety Challenge 2005-2006
17 September 2006 - Dubai, UAE


Yemen

Committed to address health care-associated infection on May 2008
25 May 2008


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