Civic body partakes in juvenile awareness exhibition
- United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, March 12 - 2013 at 15:18
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In tune with its policy to support community initiatives and activities that benefit society and people, Dubai Municipality has joined with Dubai Police and Juvenile Awareness and Care Association to organize 'No To Bad Company' exhibition aiming to educate youngsters and parents on various bad habits and anti-social tendencies found in new generation.
Representing Civic body, Clinics Section at Public Health Services department has opened a stall with the aim of educating children and parents on the negative impacts of smoking on human body and society in general.
While commenting on civic body's participation in the event, Ms. Zubaida Mohammed Sharif, head of the Clinics Section, said, "we support this initiative out of our concern over the generation next. If we are not bothered about what they do and with whom they make companies, the loss is for the society as a whole."
Dr. Muneer, general practitioner with Dubai Municipality Clinic said, "We have arranged a variety of awareness materials to educate the viewers on health and social calamities the habit of smoking bring in."
There are posters and boards that depicting the health impacts of smoking, DM's combat to reduce smoking habits and directives for those who intend to quit smoking, available in the stall.
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