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Wow, "they" visit again !

Writer:Zhou WenDiNumber of visits: Date:2018-06-29

  From April 12 to May 2, 2018, 57 students from 12 countries including Nepal, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nigeria, Liberia, Cameroon, Sudan, South Sudan and Ethiopia, had participated in the "2018 Malaria Prevention and Treatment Officials Training Course (I) in developing countries". And the arrival of them also means the start of the 7-phase foreign aid training program commissioned by the Ministry of Commerce that in 2018.

  57 participants are officials and technicians involved in malaria prevention, management and treatment in their countries. During the 21-day training course, we arranged a abundant  curriculum for malaria prevention and control, including malaria parasite biology, diagnosis and treatment, vector biology, global malaria situation, control and eliminate the strategies and share the role and contribution of our province and China in eliminating malaria. The trainees also had the opportunity to go to Liyang, a city in Jiangsu, to learn about the on-site prevention and treatment of malaria and the case report system in the health centers, which also helped to put theoretical knowledge into practice.

  In order to further demonstrate China's culture and rapid economic development, we also organized students to visit cities such as Beijing, Shanghai and Suzhou, to give them the opportunity to experience the majesty of the Great Wall, the beauty of the Bund and the charm of the Jiangnan town. At the same time, the holding of Chinese and foreign cultural exchanges, birthday parties, dance parties and other activities had promoted culture exchange between students from different countries.

  Because the students come from 12 different countries and have different living habits, our staff inquired and recorded the requirements of the students, and responded to the restaurant at the first time to meet the requirements of each student.

  Although the 21-day training course was short, it brought good memories to every student and staff. The participants not only had the opportunity to make friends from other countries, learn new languages ​​and cultures and taste Chinese cuisine, but also learned the most advanced malaria prevention and control knowledge. For our staff, experience from each training course should be our greatest achievement.

 

 

 

 

 

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