The one-year agreement stipulates producing around 12,000 articles until the end of 2018, 2,000 of which were already written so far. Ureed produces the medical blogs with content covering all aspects of health and medical sciences, including eye illnesses, tumors and benign tumors, cardiovascular diseases, endocrine diseases and diabetes, diseases of the digestive system, skin diseases, gynecological diseases, neurological diseases and psychiatric illnesses, in addition to pharmacology, medicine, alternative medicine, health and beauty. The website covers a variety of medical topics on rare and common diseases.
Altibbi’s website aims at delivering medical and healthcare information from a credible scientific source to everyone. The partnership between Ureed and Altibbi aims at increasing Arabic content online, specialized in the field of medicine and health, through employing a team of specialized doctors, pharmacologists, nutritionists and nurses, in addition to a linguist staff adept in Arabic and capable of translating and producing content within a medical frame and through credible medical sources.
Ureed’s specialized team, in cooperation with Altibbi, writes for the project no less than 150-200 articles every week. The articles are edited, revised and proofread, and then published on the website. The team comprises more than 50 writers and editors.
“Out of our belief in the importance of our message to create specialized scientific and medical content, especially in Arabic, which suffers from a lack of credible scientific sources, sprang our partnership with Ureed, the cornerstone and first step towards achieving our message,” said CEO of Altibbi website Jalil Allabadi.
For her part, Ureed CEO Nour Al Hassan said, “Through this project, Ureed aims at elevating the level of scientific and medical translation, boosting its credible content and providing adopted Arabic medical terms. Thus, we found Altibbi to be the ideal platform to start working towards these goals.”
The partnership unified the goals of Ureed and Altibbi to serve Arabic content as well as provide many job opportunities to a large number of translators, giving them a confidence boost in their capabilities to write medical content that benefits the Arabic reader and boosts their knowledge in medicine and health, Al Hassan said, adding that Ureed hopes this will reflect positively on the lifestyle and health of Arabs and increase public awareness on the importance of health and self-care.