Tra Vinh University cooperates to train human resources for Tbong Khmum Province, Kingdom of Cambodia

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TVU – On December 25, a delegation from Tra Vinh University led by Dr. Thach Thi Dan, Vice Rector, pays a working visit to Tbong Khmum Province, Cambodia to discuss human resource training possibilities at the invitation of the Director of Tbong Khmum Provincial Health Department.

Representing the Tbong Khmum provincial government are Mr. Keo Vannak, Director of Health Department; Mr. In PouvSambath, Director of Department of Education, Youth and Sport; Mr. Ek Kheang, Director of Cambodia-China Friendship Hospital in Tbong Khmum province, along with representatives from departments.

Representing Tra Vinh University are Dr. Thach Thi Dan, Vice-Rector; Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Nguyen, Rector of School of Economics and Law; Dr. Ngo So Phe, Rector of School of Southern Khmer Language -Culture – Arts and Humanity; Dr. Huynh My Phuong, Dean of Pre-University Department; Dr. Tran Kim Khanh, Head of Department of Assessment; Dr. Truong Thi Thu Hien, Deputy Director of Tra Vinh University Hospital; Ms.Chau Thi Truc Ly, Chief of University Council Office; International Cooperation Office and International Admissions Office.

At the meeting, Mr. Keo Vannak, Director of Health Department, briefly introduces the socio-economic situation of Tbong Khmum province. The provincial government always looks for cooperation opportunities to strengthen human resource training for the province, especially in healthcare. Currently, Tbong Khmum province is coordinating training with some provinces in Vietnam at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in healthcare, while the Health Department also sends staff for short-term training and postgraduate training in Phnom Penh. He hopes that through the meeting, Tra Vinh University will support Tbong Khmum’s Health Department in human resource training and skills enhancement to serve the provincial health sector.

Mr. In PouvSambath, Director of Department of Education, Youth and Sport, updates the delegation on the education and training situation in Tbong Khmum province. He says currently students just finished the high school graduation exam and are considering applying for colleges, universities domestically and abroad. He recognizes that in Tbong Khmum, students need to study and research abroad in various fields. Therefore, he hopes that the two sides will develop an effective cooperative relationship for more and more students in Tbong Khmum to study in Vietnam in general and at Tra Vinh University in particular.

Dr. Thach Thi Dan, Vice-Rector, presents souvenirs to Mr. Keo Vannak, Director of Tbong Khmum Provincial Health Department
Dr. Thach Thi Dan, Vice-Rector, presents souvenirs to Mr. Keo Vannak, Director of Tbong Khmum Provincial Health Department
Dr. Thach Thi Dan, Vice-Rector, presents souvenirs to Mr. In PouvSambath, Director of Tbong Khmum Provincial Department of Education, Youth and Sport

On this occasion, Dr. Thach Thi Dan, Vice-Rector, thanks Tbong Khmum provincial authorities, Directors of Health Department, Department of Education, Youth and Sport, Director of Cambodia-China Friendship Hospital in Tbong Khmum province for the invitation. Through the discussion, the Vice-Rector realizes Tra Vinh University can carry out cooperation proposals in human resource training for the province, especially healthcare personnel training.

The Vice-Rector shared currently Tra Vinh University has nearly 100 Cambodian students pursuing studies in healthcare, engineering, agriculture-aquaculture, economics. This visit opens up opportunities to discuss training needs in various majors for students in Cambodia in general and Tbong Khmum province in particular. With the potentials and advantages of both sides, it promises many future cooperation opportunities.

On the same day, the delegation visits Cambodia-China Friendship Hospital in Tbong Khmum province and KV hospital in Kampong Cham province

From December 25-29, the delegation from Tra Vinh University visits and works with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport; Ministry of Health (University of Health Sciences – UHS); Royal University of Phnom Penh; Chenla University and partners in Phnom Penh and Svay Rieng province.

By TD