Israeli medical students donate books to Patan Academy for the Health Science
Israeli Ambassador to Nepal Hanan Goder-Goldberger on Thursday handed over a collection of books sent from the Medical School for International Health (Soroka University Medical Center), Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel to Prof. Dr. Rajesh Gangol, Dean of the Patan Academy for the Health Science.
The book was handed over to Dr Gangol amidst a ceremony held at the Patan Hospital.
The books have been collected from the students of the Ben Gurion Unitersity School for International Health in Beer Sheva, Israel with the initiative of Professor Michael Alkan for the students of Patan Academy of Medical Science. Prof. Alkan has been instrumental in promoting Patan Academy for Health Science in Israel since its inception in 2008.
In recent years there is ongoing cooperation and sharing of knowhow and exchange of professional staffs from Israel to Nepal and Nepal to Israel.
During the Ceremony Prof. Dr. Gangol expressed his appreciation for the ongoing cooperation between the two hospitals and the two universities. He hopes that this cooperation will further develop in the future.
Ambassador Goder-Goldberger expressed his satisfaction for the ongoing cooperation between two hospitals and said that the Embassy will be happy to see such projects in the future too. nepalnews.com