ABU DHABI, 15 August 2022 (WAM) — The Abu Dhabi Public Health Center (ADDPHC) and the International Society for Physical Activity and Health (ISPAH) today announced that the World Health Organization (WHO) has become an official co-sponsor. did. At the 9th ISPAH Congress in Abu Dhabi from 23-26 October
With an informative and engaging schedule of workshops, speeches, and sessions led by local, regional, and global experts, Congress will develop an impactful agenda focused on encouraging the adoption of physical activity in all age groups in society. Promote a certain conversation. It also explores opportunities for collaboration to achieve a shared vision of a healthy and active society.
The WHO co-sponsorship of this event highlights the importance of physical activity as a public health priority and the use of physical activity to reduce the burden of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and improve daily functioning, mental health and well-being. It strengthens the contribution of activities.
Abu Dhabi Public Health Center Executive Director Matar Saeed Al Nuaimi said: Activities that foster a healthy society and promote preventive health.
“We are honored to welcome the World Health Organization as co-sponsors of this event. Their valuable participation and endorsement strengthens our vision for a healthy Abu Dhabi and what Abu Dhabi brings to the world of public health. A testament to progress and impact. Stage.”
Dr Fiona Bull, director of the World Health Organization’s Physical Activity Division, said: “WHO is working to highlight the importance of physical activity in the Eastern Mediterranean region, and as an opportunity to raise public awareness beyond health. I am pleased to co-host this conference, not only for its benefits, but for its broader policy of increasing participation levels for people of all ages and abilities, a ‘win-win-win’.
By bringing together researchers, practitioners and policy makers, the ISPAH Conference will strengthen the UAE’s scientific networks and research activities both regionally and globally, sharing knowledge and experience to promote physical activity. We build the capacity to implement the policies we promote locally, helping more people to become and stay more active around the world. ”
ISPAH Professor Jasper Sipelin said: Policymakers on the latest scientific developments on effective approaches to increasing population levels of physical activity.
“This is the first time that the ISPAH conference will be held in the Eastern Mediterranean region. about physical activity”.
The ISPAH Congress is the world’s largest conference on physical activity and health, and ISPAH is widely recognized as the leading global society of researchers and practitioners focused on promoting lifelong physical activity. This year’s Congress will be held under the theme of “Making Every Move Count”.