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Posted on Feb 13, 10:31AM | UNI
New Delhi, Feb 12 : India and Bangladesh today signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Health, which includes exchange of medical doctors, other health professionals and experts.
The MoU was signed here between Health and Family Welfare Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and his Bangladeshi counterpart Dr A F M Ruhal Haque.
''The main areas of cooperation between the two Governments
will include exchange of medical doctors, other health professionals and experts,'' a Health Ministry official said.
It include development of human resources, exchange of information on health, medical and health research development
regulations of pharmaceuticals, medical devices and cosmetics and health promotion and disease prevention, he said.
The MoU also stressed on fostering cooperation for the development of culturally sensitive and effective public and professional awareness campaign including clinical.
The MoU further said, the parties shall promote cooperation between the two countries in the fields of health and medical sciences through exchange of scientific materials and information, joint collaboration in the area of research in medical science, Institution level cooperation in the field of medical treatment, scientific research and training and exchange of health specialists and professionals.
Training for doctors and health workers by both the parties
in the areas where they have relevant expertise and excellence
is also included in the MoU.