Indian Transplant Newsletter. Vol.21 Issue No.64. November 2021 - February 2022

MOHAN Foundation's Expertise Sought in the UAE's Ogan Donation Programme


Ms. Pallavi Kumar was invited to Abu Dhabi by the UAE Organ Donation and Transplant Committee, headed by Dr. Ali Al Obaidli, from November 22- 25, 2021.

As UAE celebrates its 50th National Day and takes a focused look at its organ donation program. Home to over 200 nationalities, Indians constituting 38% of the total population, they are keen to work with other countries where these expatriates come from to understand each community better.

Visits to transplant centres and engaging discussions with the MoHAP (Ministry of Health and Prevention) and other private and public stakeholders marked the 4-day visit to discuss collaboration and knowledge exchange. Other delegates from Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Kuwait, Jordan and US too were part of these discussions.


How to cite this article:
- Sujatha S, Shroff S. MOHAN Foundation's Expertise Sought in the UAE's Ogan Donation Programme. Indian Transplant Newsletter. Vol.21 Issue No.64. November 2021 - February 2022

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