By the mid-1990s, WHO was mired
in what the British Medical Journal called "a morass of petty corruption and ineffective bureaucracy.
bin Ra'ad highlighted the premier's visit, noting that the majority of disabled were suffering from poverty, unemployment and discrimination.
While distributing gifts, Princess Dina Mired
also checked on the health of the patients at the Center and listened to a briefing from supervising doctors about their condition and treatment and showed appreciation to the efforts of KHCC doctors and employees.
Their Royal Highnesses Prince Hussein Bin Talal, Prince Muhammed Bin Talal, Princess Rajaa Bint Talal, and Prince Jafar Bin Mired
also distributed gifts, and took the opportunity to engage in some playtime with the children and take pictures with them.
New York, Sep 21 (Petra) -- HRH Princess Ghida Talal, Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of the King Hussein Cancer Foundation (KHCF) and HRH Princess Dina Mired
, Director General of KHCF attended an event for the Global Health Community with Lance Armstrong hosted by Mayor Bloomberg of New York.
The District Attorney's Office is looking into the situation, but the matter is mired
in bureaucratic complexity.
Lemieux is the owner of the Penguins, whose superstar player Jaromir Jagr has been mired
in a season long slump and has voiced his desire to be traded.
The agreement, which was signed by NCDR Chairman of Board of Directors HRH Prince Mired
bin Ra'ad and Czech Deputy Minister of Defence for Foreign Affairs Jan Fulik, comes as part of the committee's efforts to locate and defuse lost mines in the area.
Requiring immediate disclosure of lobbyists and clients would be a huge step down the road of true ethics reform for a city government that very recently found itself mired
in corruption probes.
Previously, the avenues for obtaining such material were mired
with inefficiencies and barriers.
Under the agreement which was signed by HRH Princess Dina Mired
, Director General of the KHCF and the WHO representative in the Kingdom, Hashim El-Zein, the WHO will provide the KHCF's Iraqi Goodwill Fund with $400,000.
Maybe, but would schools like Sun Valley - which have been mired
in mediocrity for decades but have recently made great efforts to change - work so hard if they weren't under pressure to meet an ever-loftier standard?