LeadSahtak Awalan – Your Health First joins Qatar National Sport Day celebrations

Sahtak Awalan – Your Health First joins Qatar National Sport Day celebrations

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Qatar- February 2024- Sahtak Awalan – Your Health First participated in this year’s Qatar National Sport Day activities at the Expo 2023 Doha site at Al Bidda Park.

The Sahtak Awalan celebrations featured a wide range of activities, including the innovative ‘Fitness Box,’ a solar-powered installation crafted from upcycled shipping containers and equipped with giant screens to broadcast tailor-made fitness classes led by internationally renowned instructors. The activities also included Sahtak Awalan’s famous blender bikes, which allow participants to make their own vitamin-packed, pedal-powered smoothies from fresh, natural ingredients.

Ms. Nesreen Al-Rifai, chief communications, external affairs and development officer at WCM-Q, said: “Qatar National Sport Day is a truly great event which provides countless opportunities for people to engage in healthy exercise with friends and family, helping to spread health, wellness and togetherness across Qatar’s diverse community. With this year’s theme being ‘The Choice is Yours’, we are reminded that there is a sport out there for everyone, and that we all have the ability to make healthy choices for ourselves and our families. Sahtak Awalan – Your Health First is grateful to be able to support such an excellent national initiative.”

Also Read: MOPH-Qatar and partners celebrate National Sports Day

Sahtak Awalan – Your Health First, the flagship public health campaign of Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar (WCM-Q), was launched in 2012 to promote healthy lifestyle behaviors, such as taking regular exercise, eating a healthy, balanced diet, being health literate, practicing self-care, and adopting environmentally sustainable practices.

Your Health First is supported by its strategic partners Qatar Foundation, The Ministry of Public Health, the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, the Ministry of Municipality, and the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change.

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