Saudi Ministry of Health thanks SACM for “Anti-Smoking Campaign”

The Saudi Ministry of Health, represented by its “Anti-smoking Program”, has thanked the Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission (SACM) to Australia for launching an “Anti-Smoking Campaign” through SACM’s twitter account. The campaign attracted a great number of supportive tweets from Saudi students and followers.
The “Anti-smoking Program” team has posted a tweet on their official twitter account expressing their thanks and appreciation of SACM’s “Anti-Smoking Campaign,” which urged sponsored students to quit smoking. The team also confirmed their preparedness to provide therapeutic services and medical advice to students willing to quit.
Worth mentioning, SACM launched, on 12 June 2015, a two-week campaign aimed at raising Saudi sponsored students’ awareness of smoking detriments. The main goal of the campaign was to educate students on health, economical and social detriments of smoking. The campaign was one of SACM’s educational programs and initiatives posted to students through twitter in addition to enlightening publications aimed at providing students with useful information for their successful study and wellbeing in Australia.

Check Also

The Cultural Attaché visits cancer patients at Canberra Hospital

A delegation from the Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission in Canberra, led by the Cultural Attaché …