Bahrain: Bahrain is determined to strengthen indigenization in many areas. Bahraini Health Minister Fayeqa bint Saeed Assalih said the government had decided to prepare special plans for this in the health sector. The media reports the news. Those who need training in the field of health will be sent abroad to study and train. The Health Minister said that the necessary steps will be taken in collaboration with the Ministries and Government Departments to fill the vacancies. Also Read: MP Dr. about health workers and the repatriation program. According to media reports, the minister was responding to a question raised by Abdul Aziz Al Ajman. Foreigners are now employed only in vacancies where there are no qualified natives. Many programs are being implemented for the natives working in the health sector. He said this will help improve their service. Also Read: But indigenization is not possible in this region. Indigenous nurses should be given more skills. Indigenous people will still have to be trained to recruit natives in the ICU, critical injuries and heart disease departments. But Bahrain has decided not to renew the contract for foreigners who show good quality and have reached retirement age. According to media reports, many natives and non-graduates are facing challenges. He added that the ministry has no responsibility to recruit doctors in the private sector, adding that there are 18,670 health workers officially registered in Bahrain. This includes paramedics, other technicians, and pharmacists. Health Minister Faiqa bint Saeed Assalih informed the Shura Council in writing. The government sector employs 10,249 health workers, while the private sector employs 7,299 people. There are 7327 employees under the Ministry of Health, of which 4611 are Bahrainis.