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Ministry of health honours two Omani students.

by Times News ServiceThe students Amira Al Abri and Ishar Al Malki with H.E. Dr. Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Obaid Al Saidi, Minister of Health. Photo: Ministry of Health/Twitter

Muscat: The Ministry of Health honoured two Omani students, Amira Al Abri and Ishar Al Malki, for recently winning a gold medal at the 46th Geneva Exhibition of Inventions. Amira and Ishar, two medical students from the University of Nizwa, won a gold medal for inventing a device to help the elderly and those with disabilities easily monitor blood sugar levels. In a statement online the Ministry said, "H.E. Dr. Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Obaid Al Saidi, Minister of Health, received on Wednesday the following: Amira Al Abri and Ishar Al Malki, both students at the Nizwa University on the occasion of their recent victory [at the 46th Geneva Exhibition of Inventions, where they won] the gold medal." In the meeting, the Minister of Health expressed the Ministry's pride and special appreciation for the students who represented the Sultanate in the international competition.

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Publication:Times of Oman (Muscat, Oman)
Date:Apr 18, 2018
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