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Abu Dhabi Department of Health, Pure Health, Rafed join UAE’s ICV program

Dubai: Abu Dhabi’s Department of Health (DoH), Pure Heath and its subsidiary Rafed have joined the National Domestic Value (ICV) program, one of 50 projects in the UAE, after signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Industry and Advanced Technology (MoIAT).

The MoU was signed in the presence of Dr. Sultan bin Ahmed Al Jaber, Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology, Sarah bint Yousef Al Amiri, Minister of State for Public Education and Advanced Technology, and Mansoor Ibrahim Al Mansoori, Chairman of the Ministry of Education. Health Abu Dhabi.

The MoU was signed on behalf of Pure Health and Rafed by Omar Al Suwaidi, Deputy Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology, Dr. Jamal Mohammad Al Kaabi, Deputy Minister of Health, Abu Dhabi, and Farhan Malik, Pure Health CEO.

Omar Al Suwaidi said: “As part of Project 50, under the National Industrial and Advanced Technology Strategy, the National ICV Program has brought tangible benefits by stimulating internal entrepreneurship and innovation by strengthening integration between ministries, federal and local authorities. Benefits. Companies, including startups and SMEs.

“Companies participating in the national ICV program injected AED53 billion into the national economy in 2022. The program aims to empower the industrial sector, improve its performance and ensure its sustainability by increasing the domestic value of the country’s industry and services , and the reinvestment of public and private spending into the national economy.”

Under the MoU, the Abu Dhabi Department of Health, Rafed and Pure Health will collaborate to implement the program according to the standards set by MoIAT.

This partnership will support the resilience of local supply chains and incentivize national companies to forge new partnerships to manufacture high-quality and globally competitive products. It will also help to integrate supply chains, enhance self-sufficiency and increase the competitiveness of the pharmaceutical and medical supplies industries.

In response, Dr Jamal Al Kaabi said: “By joining the ICV programme, the Ministry of Health will support the UAE’s investment in a value-added economy and a sustainable healthcare sector, while ensuring new job opportunities for local talent, thereby making our presence in Abu Dhabi and community members in the UAE. With our ultimate goal of contributing to the development of the national economy, we will continue to focus on working with local and international partners, enhancing our research capabilities and strengthening our workforce.”

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