Medical volunteers from Yamal will participate in the international forum
15:48 28 сентября 2019
Категории: News in English
The International Forum of Medical Volunteers is taking place for the first time on the initiative of Russian volunteers in Ivanovo from the 28th of October to the 1st of November. Applications for participation in the forum were submitted by representatives of more than 50 countries. Delegates from Brazil, France, Hungary, Germany, Spain, the USA, Egypt, India, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Estonia, South Africa, Albania and Bulgaria are going to arrive in Russia. They are medical students, volunteers, members of public organizations, young doctors.
All the participants will receive an equipment briefcase. It will include a t-shirt, a sweatshirt, a waist bag, a business notepad, a portable speaker, stickers, a pen and a name badge. All the clothes and souvenirs are branded in the style of IFMV.
According to the information given by the coordinator of the Yamal-Nenets branch of the all-Russian social movement “Medical volunteers” Aishat Nazhmutdinova to a correspondent of the news agency “Sever-Press”, the medical volunteers from Yamal will participate in the large-scale forum.
“There are 6 people in the delegation of Yamal. Development of volunteering activities, modern medicine, public health and over-professional competences will be discussed in Ivanovo”, said Aishat Nazhmutdinova.
The program of the forum includes the international discussion “Volunteering: expanding international cooperation”, the pitch session “Young assistants: education of qualified personnel in healthcare”, the panel discussion “Healthy lifestyle in the rhythm of the modern world”, the foresight-session “The world community of medical volunteers — opportunities open to everyone”, the training “Control not force, control yourself”.
The event is aimed at consolidation of the Russian and foreign volunteer communities to exchange experience, to develop formats of interaction between Russia and foreign partners and to involve young people in international communication.