Digital Participation Policy
As it relies on customers’ valuable participation and contributions, the Ministry of Health and Prevention has developed its own communication programs and communication tools. The Ministry’s electronic communication channels for customers are designed to receive their feedback and suggestions, enabling the government body to raise the level of customer satisfaction and improve services. Further, in line with its transparency policy, the Ministry’s electronic communication channels serve as a platform for the public to convey their thoughts and opinions on its mission and strategic objectives. The channels are capable of collecting various points of view that will be used to improve the Ministry’s services.
The Ministry of Health and Prevention welcomes all opinions and proposals submitted online to enhance its services and decision-making processes. It, however, reserves the right to delete contents that:
- Are considered threats to security.
- Contain inappropriate language.
- Violate the privacy of others or offensive.
- Violate local laws.
- Are indecent, obscene or defamatory.
- Include unwanted messages or promote any trade.
- Are prejudiced, or harmful to any segment of society, on the basis of race, color, nationality, religion or status.
- Include collective or political discussions.
- Contain a breach of intellectual property rights.