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Medical Team From Taiwan At Namdroling

Lama Dondrup Dorje joins Khenpo Achung, Khenpo Tsering Namgyal, Lopen Yonten and Lopen Nyima at the Presentation of Work Reports by Taiwanese Medical Students at the Namling Tsepal Tobkyed Hospital

A team of doctors, dentists and medical students from Taiwan recently visited Namdroling Monastery in India to conduct a range of medical check ups, clinics, and health education seminars for the monks and nuns there. Comprising three dentists, one eye specialist, one ENT (Eye, Nose, and Throat) specialist, two Dermatologists and forty medical students, from National Taiwan UniversityNational Yang-Ming University and Taipei Medical University, the trip was organised by the International Action and Cooperation Team (IACT) and sponsored by the Global Youth ServiceRotary Club, and Ministry of Education of R.O.C. of Taiwan.

Presentation of Work Reports by Taiwanese Medical Students at the Namling Tsepal Tobkyed Hospital

Their medical service was also extended to the local communities of Tibetans and was warmly welcomed by everyone. During their stay, they gave free talks, conducted medical check-ups and offered follow-up patient care. Health education classes with posters, booklets and DVDs were distributed to the representatives and teachers of the Namling Tsepal Tobkyed HospitalNgagyur Nyingma Institute, theYeshe Wodsal Sherab Raldriling Junior High School, the Dratsang, and the Tsogyal Shedrub Dargyeling Nunnery. As their visit came to an end, representatives of the Namdroling Monastery were given a presentation of work-reports to which Lama Dondrup Dorje was also invited. Everyone agreed that the visit has been a resounding success. Bonding of friendship were made between staffs of the monastery and members of the medical team, of whom many have expressed their wishes to return in the not too distant future.