HRH Princess Lalla Selma Chairs In Sefrou The "Tobacco-Free High Schools And Colleges" Prize-Awarding
HRH Princess Lalla Salma, chairwoman of the Lalla Salma Foundation -Prevention and treatment of cancers and good will ambassador of the World Health Organization, chaired this Saturday afternoon in Sefrou, the "Tobacco-free high schools and colleges" prize-awarding, on the occasion of the world no-tobacco day.
HRH the Princess followed explanations on the "Tobacco-free colleges and high schools" program conducted at the national, regional and local levels. The program targeted 12,752 administrative staff, 52,231 teachers and 1,293,186 pupils, mobilized 1,966 health clubs, 812 high schools, and 1,471 colleges nationwide, as well as 475 volunteers, 408 local associations, 758 professional associations and 1,534 parents associations. HRH the Princess then visited the health club of the Lalla Salma high school in Sefrou and pavilions of the academies of institutions that won the tobacco-free colleges and high shools prize between 2009 and 2013. After viewing a documentary on the program, HRH Princess Lalla Salma handed trophies and prizes to the 2012-2013 prize winning colleges and high schools. Following this ceremony, the Princess initialed the "tobacco-free colleges and high schools" charter that provides for mobilizing all the teaching and administrative staff to fight against tobacco consumption, the creation of a local anti-tobacco commission at each high school and college, the creation of anti-smoking stickers and posters and the holding of anti-smoking campaigns in a regular manner.
MAP 31 May 2014