Posted: Monday, June 17, 2019. 3:16 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: Today, the Ministry of Public Service began its commemoration of Public Service Week with a health fair for the Government of Belize (GOB) staff, held at the Central Health Region compound in Belize City.
The health fair featured basic medical testing such as blood sugar, blood pressure, and kidney functions, as well as vision checkups and dental cleaning.
Dana Ayuso member of the Belize District Public Service Committee explained that the committee chose to focus on the health of the public servants, because of the vital role they play in the country.
“If they are not healthy, they cannot provide the services that are needed for the general public and for GOB on a whole,” Ayuso said.
The week of activities continues tomorrow with an awareness walk through the streets of Belize City, beginning at the Central Region compound, headed down Central American Boulevard, onto Cemetery Road, Albert Street, Reagent Street, across the Swing Bridge, onto North
Front Street, and ending at the Fort George Memorial Park. Activities on Wednesday will vary from office to office, and public officers will gather on Thursday at the Customs and Excise Department on Thursday for a Public Service Social.
On Friday, the Ministry will host an award ceremony at the Ramada Belize City Princess for public officers who have been serving for 25, 30, and 35 years. Awards for officers serving 10, 15, and, 20 years will be held at the discretion of the respective departments issuing
those awards. Specific activities are also planned for officers at the district level.
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