Delegation from Taiwan visits ADI-Negev

Delegation from Taiwan visits ADI-Negev

Delegation from Taiwan visits ADI-Negev

On Sunday, 22 December 2019, ADI Negev Nahalat Eran was yet again, honored to host a special delegation from Taiwan. ADI Negev founder Doron Almog and the PR-staff, together with several Taiwanese ADI-volunteers, provided the Taiwanese Deputy Minister of Health and Welfare, Dr. Chi-Kung Ho with a tour of the facility, paying special attention to the future Rehabilitation hospital that is currently being built and a variety of departments within the ADI-facility.

Also participating in the visit were the Director of the ‘Taiwan Centers for Disease Control’, Ms. Shu-Hui Tseng (expert on infection control and bio safety), the Counselor in the Ministry’s International Cooperation office, Ms. Li-Ling Liu and the Section Chief, International Cooperation office, Ms. Ling-Ying Wu.

From the Taiwanese Embassy in Ramat Gan, the new Deputy Director Mr. David CHEN and former Deputy Director Mr. Yuping Su also participated.

The visit was concluded with lunch, an exchange of gifts and the hope for increased professional and educational cooperation between ADI and the Taiwanese government.

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