Dubai: RTA Women’s Committee organizes various breast cancer awareness activities
Dubai: The Women’s Committee of the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has organized several events to mark “Pink October” under the theme “I am and I will”. The events organized aimed to make employees aware of the importance of early detection of breast cancer and of the means to avoid the risks and complications.
The program included a virtual awareness workshop for RTA employees, presented by Dr Millicent Bello, family medicine specialist at Kings College Hospital in London. Dr Nada Al Mulla, Family Medicine Specialist at Dubai Health Authority (DHA), presented a separate awareness workshop on the importance of early detection in detecting breast cancer and preventing the risks and complications of breast cancer. sickness. Free examinations and advice were given to the employees of the RTA clinic, as well as an exhibition attended by companies involved in health and fitness.
As part of the committee’s desire to raise awareness of the culture of early cancer detection, an awareness video was shared by email to RTA employees to highlight breast cancer prevention measures as well as SMS sending on the need for early detection.
The committee organized a “Pink Bracelets” workshop to raise awareness inside and outside RTA, using the color pink and the event logo. The committee added sporting events to the “Pink October” activities through the Resilience of Soul and Body event held in the RTA Health Room, presented by Captain Nadia Ali.
The RTA Women’s Committee is committed to providing unlimited support and quality services to its employees and seeks to renew and diversify the program each year. It focuses on certain key aspects such as psychological and physical health by organizing sports and health activities in conjunction with international health events.