The University Encourages its Students to Serve the Community

The Vice-Rector for Public Affairs and Dean of the Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences (AMS) Prof. Abdullah Al-Mansoori and the Vice Dean of the Faculty Mrs Noha Al-Naas and Mr Waleed Al-Sharif who is the fieldwork supervisor in the Community and Environmental Service Office, participated in the university students\’ visit to the volunteer work organized by the university\’s Community and Environmental Service Office for the second week in a row, in cooperation with the Benghazi Al-Amal Foundation by bagging and preparing a number of charity baskets that the Foundation is distributing for those in need and those with limited income.

It is of note that the Community and Environmental Service Office aims to expand the circle of community work through various voluntary and awareness plans and programs, to ensure the rooting of the university’s role in community service and environmental development, and in implementation of its strategic plan to motivate students to deal positively with the concepts of volunteering, which has become one of the graduation requirements Students are required to volunteer for 40 hours during their studies at the university.

It is noteworthy that the Libyan International Medical University (LIMU), since its establishment in 2007, has been committed to quality in accordance with national and international standards, in the fields of education, scientific research and community service. It has taken upon itself to provide community services, in order to achieve its mission, which believes in the importance and role of its social responsibility, and has harnessed all its capabilities, starting with scientific and research capabilities and expertise, passing through the harnessing of its various facilities and halls to serve the community.