Africa looks at India for healthcare development with training of doctors and paramedics

first_imgAfrica is now looking at India to spruce up its healthcare through collaborations for training of doctors and its paramedics, besides access to med-tech support. For this purpose, a healthcare delegation from Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Ivory Coast and Ghana visited India to scout for strategic partnerships with Indian hospitals to maximise the expertise and know-how in treating patients.In a recent development, Kenya’s Mombasa county inked pacts with Mangaluru-based Yenepoya Hospital, Kanachur Institute of Medical Sciences and the Mangalore Institute of Oncology to provide treatment conveniences to patients in the African continent.The agreement is first international collaboration of Mangalore Hospitals with Mombasa which is one among the 47 counties in Kenya. Following the partnership, three Mangaluru medical institutes will help train laboratory technicians and also support in capacity building of healthcare facilities in Mombasa.Read it at Pharma Biz Related Itemslast_img

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