Thirteen trainees from Mozambique, responsible for the human resources aspect of public health, learn from experiences in Nagasaki

Seiji Kato, Professor
Center for International Collaborative Research

In support of international contributions and cooperation, from fiscal year 2010, Nagasaki University has accepted trainees of the JICA Project for Mozambique – “Strengthening pedagogical and technical skills of teachers of health training institutes” from JICA Kyushu. This training could not have been done without the wonderful cooperation from various departments of Nagasaki University, Nagasaki Prefecture, the Nursing School of Nagasaki City Medical Association, the Kyusyu Professional Training College of Medical Technology, the Hirado Municipal Hospital, and the Nagasaki Prefectural Institute of Environment and Public Health.

This training was conducted for the various healthcare officers and leaders of medical schools to implement a system for the sustainable training of healthcare personnel so that they can provide adequate healthcare services in Mozambique. The trainees learned how to educate medical personnel in Nagasaki, so they could provide more efficient and effective education at their schools after returning to Mozambique.

The training took place over the course of nearly two weeks, from January 22, 2014 to January 30.

 

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