As part of raising awareness about the importance of participating in the campaign, The National Genome Center shares with the Bahrain Culture and Archeology Authority employees the objectives of the National Genome Project.
The National Genome Centre, in cooperation with the Bahrain Culture and Archaeology Board, organized the National Genome Campaign for the board’s staff at the Bahrain National Museum as part of its efforts to raise community awareness of the importance of participating in the campaign.
This step comes in solidarity with the goals of the National Genome Project, which is the collection of 50 thousand samples of the citizens of the Kingdom of Bahrain for the purpose of working the gene sequencing and the development of genetic health mapping that will contribute to the development of the health system and making preventive and therapeutic health decisions for genetic and diseases. Disobedient on many levels.
The Genome campaign was met by the board employees who stressed the importance of participating in this national project; the technical team is there to answer all staff queries as well as allocate a direct drag angle for samples.
It is pointed out that the door of voluntary participation in the National Genome Campaign is still open to those who wish to participate in the National genome project by visiting health centres and going to medical laboratories directly without the need to go to a doctor and then fill out the participation form and apply Feeding a small sample of blood.